Rocksteady Games Suicide Squad PromoSource: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

The DC Fandome schedule has been released, with the confirmation that we'll see Warner Bros. Montreal's new game (which is all-but-confirmed to be a new Batman title) and Rocksteady's Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. After years and years of speculation and rumors that both games would be revealed this year, we finally are getting to see what a chunk of WB Games has been up to.

With that said, these reveals aren't being done in a traditional format, even by the standards of a gaming industry that has adjusted to a global pandemic. Here's where and when to watch the reveal of Warner Bros. Montreal's Batman game and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

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How to watch the reveals of the new Batman and Suicide Squad games

Warner Bros. Montreal's game reveal is at 10:30 a.m. PT / 1:30 p.m. ET on August 22. The reveal for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is being held later that same day at 5:00 p.m. PT / 8:00 p.m. ET. Per the official DC Fandome FAQ, you'll need to watch the reveals on dcfandome.com.

  1. To watch the reveals, make sure you have dcfandome.com pulled up.
  2. It's recommended that you watch on a computer, not your phone.
  3. If you're on Chrome, using Google Chrome 56 or above is recommended.
  4. If you're using Firefox, using Firefox 51 or above is recommended.

You can sign up to see the full DC Fandome schedule ahead of the events. Signing up isn't required for viewing the streams on the day of the reveals, though. As best we can tell, this will be the only method of watching the reveals, and they will not be broadcast on Twitch or YouTube.

We'll be sure to cover the reveals and provide updates as each game is shown off.

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