Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League has many currencies and types of resources that the game does not explain to you: this is their function and how to obtain them.
Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League, the new game from Rocksteady, creators of Batman Arkham Knight, is a game very different from previous Batman titles, which were much simpler, at least in terms of structure, missions, and resources.
This DC game is more similar to Destiny, The Division, or Overwatch, with a game model as a service underneath an attractive story even in single-player mode… although it can be overwhelming due to the amount of information it provides (and doesn’t provide), especially if you want to craft objects and farm characters.
The game consists of six different types of resources, which the game never stops to explain, and are actually not important, at least for most of the game until the end. This is what all those “colorful things” in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League mean.
Resources in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
These are all the types of resources in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League:
- Credits: The yellow circle is the most common resource, obtained by completing any type of mission, and is used for almost all purchases.
- Special Alloy: The green washer is used to create and upgrade objects by speaking with Penguin and Toyman
- Kryptonite Crystals: The symbol of two blue “plates” is obtained by defeating large enemies or in raids with Brainiac, and is used to buy rare weapons
- B-Tech: Can only be obtained in postgame missions and is used to buy legendary and epic weapons.
- Intertron: This material can only be obtained in Raids and is needed to continue improving your weapons to the highest levels of rarity.
- Nth Metal: The dark blue symbol is the rarest material. It can only be obtained in postgame missions and is used to upgrade your weapons to Elite by speaking with Toyman
But, when it comes down to it, does it matter to know these materials? The answer is no. The game doesn’t explain it to you, and you don’t need to know what they are, especially if you just want to advance in the story.
When it comes down to it, the only resource you’ll need to know, if you want to go after Brainiac at the end of the game, is the Prometheum (the green P). You need to pay a certain amount of points to participate in raids (3,000 the first time, then 1,000 to participate in raids to other dimensions).
The good thing is that this resource can be obtained as a reward for almost any mission. On the map, you’ll see the mission rewards. Plus, this resource is only used for this (it’s more of a currency), so you won’t spend it on anything else.
“Underneath all those rewards, weapons with numerical percentages, and seasons full of promises, there is a genuinely funny and tremendously fun game from Rocksteady. A game that has turned out much better than we expected… But it also deserved a lot, a lot more,” we said in our review of Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is now available on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Will you give it a chance? If you’re interested, here are other game guides, such as trophies on PS5, how to switch characters, and the best characters ranked from best to worst.