Where are Nightwing, Robin, Oracle, and Red Hood in Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League? Are they Dead?

Check out where is the Bat Family during the events of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

by Franklin Bellone Borges
Image: Rocksteady Studios, assembled by Attack of the Fanboy

As Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League takes place several years after the events of Batman Arkham Knight, many fans are currently wondering if the heroes part of the Bat Family — Nightwing, Red Hood, Oracle, and Robin — are featured as part of its storyline in any way. Here’s everything that is revealed regarding the whereabouts of Nightwing, Robin, Oracle, and Red Hood during the events of Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League.

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Where are Nightwing, Robin, Oracle, and Red Hood in Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League?

Like most of the active heroes, not part of the Justice League in the Arkhamverse, the fates and whereabouts of Nightwing, Oracle, and Red Hood are not revealed in Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League, with many fans supposing that they have been either killed or put out of commission by the brainwashed Justice League before the events showcased in the game.

On the other hand, Robin’s fate was all but confirmed during the game’s main storyline. More specifically after the Squad finds his mask within a puddle of Blood during their visit to the Batcave. I don’t believe Rocksteady would kill Tim and think that it is fairly possible that — although doing so will force developers to explain why in Krypton they were all absent during the story — the Bat Famly may make an appearance in future updates for the game.

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Robin (Tim Drake), as he appears in Batman Arkham Knight. Image: Rocksteady Studios

Now that you know the whereabouts of the members of the Bat Family during the events of the game, I also highly recommend that you check out how to fast travel in Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League.

This guide was made while playing Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League on PlayStation 5.

- This article was updated on February 7th, 2024

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