New Justice League Game Announced, Aimed At Younger Audience

The kid-friendly publisher Outright Games held its own “OG Unwrapped” presentation, announcing a number of new licensed games including a Justice League game aimed at a 10+ audience. The DC Comics game doesn’t have a finalized title yet, but it’s targeting release in 2023 on PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.

The Justice League game is coming from PHL Collective, the studio behind games like Ben 10: Omni-Charged and We Bare Bears: Food Truck Rush. Details are scant but the publisher says more announcements regarding the voice cast and playable characters will be available soon. Outright Games promises no microtransactions, but it is considering DLC opportunities.

While this may not appear to be the new AAA core game some DC fans are waiting for, Outright Games does have a track record of releasing strong, kid-friendly games, making this one to keep an eye out for. Outright has become known for licensed family games like My Friend Peppa Pig, Transformers Battlegrounds, and the pleasantly Zelda-like DreamWorks Dragons: Dawn of the New Riders.

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Author: Steve Watts