It can be difficult to know how to engage with the endgame content in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. I’ll lay it all out so you know exactly what to do after beating the story of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and how to do it.
How to play Suicide Squad KTJL endgame
The crux of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s endgame consists of three things that are all tightly interwoven. First, play Incursions at increasingly higher Mastery Levels. Second, raise your Finite Crisis rank. Third, obtain Notorious and Infamy sets, God Roll your weapons and gear, and create the best build.
Suicide Squad KTJL Mastery Levels
The first gameplay loop you can engage with in the endgame of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is Incursions. They are the three purple icons on the map in Bakerline and Wonderland District.
You need 1,000 Promethium to play an Incursion. The main way to get Promethium is by playing the events around Metropolis (I recommend doing the ones that give as close to 1,000 Promethium as possible and selecting Contracts that award Promethium).
Once you’re ready to play an Incursion, you need to select a Mastery Level. The higher the level, the more XP, resources, and gear you’ll get. It’s important to note that you need to play all three Incursions to continue raising your Mastery Level. Play all three of them equally on the highest Mastery Level available to keep that Mastery Level on the rise.
Suicide Squad KTJL Finite Crisis ranks
Playing Incursions on the highest Mastery Levels isn’t only fun to challenge yourself, but it’s also the only way to increase your Finite Crisis rank. Your Finite Crisis rank is separate from your character and squad levels. It can be seen on the top center of the map.
The higher your Finite Crisis rank, the better gear you can get. At Finite Crisis rank 1-29, you can get Tier 1 Bane Infamy weapons and gear. At Finite Crisis rank 30-59, you get access to Tier 2. At Finite Crisis rank 60+, you get access to Tier 3. It’s fun to chase these Infamy sets because they are the best in the game and are necessary to make the best builds.
Suicide Squad KTJL God Roll weapons and gear
As you play Incursions on higher Mastery Levels and climb the Finite Crisis ranks, your ultimate goal is to get all the Notorious and Infamy sets, God Roll your weapons and gear, and create the best builds.
You know how to get Notorious and Infamy sets: play Incursions on the highest Mastery Levels and build your Finite Crisis rank. You know how to make a great build by looking for and combining synergies (and we have guides to help you if you need help). What isn’t as clear is how to God Roll your weapons and gear.
God Roll is a term used in other games to make your weapons and gear the best they can be. In Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, you can do that easily with the systems provided. First, use Penguin to Overhaul, second, use Poison Ivy to Supercharge your weapons’ Afflictions, third, use Toyman to Elite your gear, and fourth, look for Master weapons and gear.
The biggest reason to Overhaul your weapons and gear at Penguin is to get three Augments. Sometimes, really good gear only comes with one or two Augments. You can fix that by Overhauling until you get three Augments.
Elite and TOTES
Once you have a weapon or piece of gear you know you’ll use forever, Elite it. Do this by going to Toyman and paying the high price to Elite a weapon. This is important because it allows you to change any Augments as often as you’d like, both of which are limited on non-Elited weapons and gear. Make sure to use TOTES to get the exact Augment you want on every weapon and piece of gear.
Supercharge and Master
Afflictions synergize extremely well to make the best builds in the game. Make sure your Afflictions are Supercharged to make them more powerful. Lastly, completing Incursions at high Invasion Level difficulties has a chance to give you Master weapons or gear that have much higher stats than the regular stuff. This is the stuff you want to Elite and create entire builds around.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s endgame is much more than just these three concepts. You can spend time getting your other squadmates to level 30. You can also look forward to engaging in the Seasonal content that comes every six weeks.