Welcome to the most dysfunctional group of so-called heroes to ever be assembled. The Suicide Squad isn't your typical superhero team. Consisting of currently incarcerated super-villains, this group of anti-heroes must now don the cape of 'Good Guy' and take on endless waves of baddies and nasties. In this intense first-person shooter, you take on the role of either Harley Quinn and her loveable baseball bat, Deadshot and his trusty rifle, or Diablo and his hot, hot fire. Each character comes with their own special abilities and weapons that you must master if you want to succeed. Explore a vast and violent city for items and health packs in between waves of enemies.
Compete against anti-heroes from all over the globe with daily, weekly, and all-time leaderboards. Easily record ad share your game footage with the in-game features or the Twitch broadcasting controls included with the free BlueStacks 2 player.
Freedom is better than any super power you could dream up, and BlueStacks gives you the most complete gaming freedom around. The only thing standing between you and victory in Suicide Squad: Special Ops is the amount of time you have to play. Between looking for quality internet signals, conserving mobile batteries, and worrying about the high prices of data overage charges, you're left with little time for any actual gaming. Now, with the free BlueStacks player, you can save your mobile device for when you're actually mobile. Play Suicide Squad: Special Ops on Mac and PC when you're at home, then quickly and easily switch to mobile when you leave.
In today's gaming world, it's more common than ever to record and share your video footage with friends. Sometimes, you have a run that you just have to show off, or you have a FAIL that redefines the word epic. Either way, the new and improved BlueStacks 2 has got your back. When you Play Bigger and experience what it's like to live with true freedom, you can stream Suicide Squad: Special Ops to Twitch.tv with simple one-click controls. Twitch broadcasting has never been easier or more accessible than it is with the free BlueStacks 2.