Taking a bite out of the opposition is always a good way of ensuring your survival, and playing as King Shark can do just that in Rocksteady Studios’ Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. As the resident tank in Task Force X, this aquatic god is more than capable of protecting himself against Brainiac’s forces and rogue superheroes alike.

This is thanks to a selection of essential survival skills and the heavy ordinance that can equipped in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, With the right blend of Talents and gear, every King Shark player can become a true force of nature, so check out this guide on the best build for the character to help you be on your way.


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Best King Shark Build in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League

Similar to the rest of Task Force X, getting together a good build for King Shark will require players to put in the time and effort to gather the right gear and invest in the right Talents.

Best Loadout for King Shark

Best Loadout for King Shark

In terms of the gear and equipment, players can consider having these items in place for Deadshot in Suicide Squad:

  • Black Mask’s Bulletstorm
  • No Holds Barred Shotgun
  • Melee: Two-Face Persuader Blade
  • Grenade: Reign of Bain
  • Shield Mod: Unstoppable
  • Traversal Mod: The Turtle’s Still Force Conduit

Best Talents for King Shark

Best Talents for King Shark

As for Talents, consider investing points in the following skills and buffs:

  • Blood Frenzy (Firepower)
  • Splash Zone (Firepower)
  • Heaviest Weapon (Firepower)
  • Unyielding Hunger (Firepower)
  • Surf and Turf (Firepower)
  • Renewing Blitz (Firepower)
  • Devastating Bite (Firepower)
  • Blood in the Water (Firepower)
  • Vicious Appetite (Firepower)
  • Shark Rage (Firepower)
  • Ocean Blessing (Strength and Dominance)
  • Suicide Strike (Strength and Dominance)
  • Domineering Presence (Strength and Dominance)
  • Oceanic Defense (Strength and Dominance)
  • Royal Resurrection (Strength and Dominance)
  • Top of the Food Chain (Strength and Dominance)
  • Shark Tank (Strength and Dominance)
  • Dominating Strike (Strength and Dominance)
  • Wave Breaker (Strength and Dominance)
  • Powerful Strikes (Strength and Dominance)
  • Nervous System (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Strong Swimmer (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Land Shark (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Flying Fish (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Streamline (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Drop and Destroy (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Shark Recuperation (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Jaws of Life (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Squad Ultimate (Powers of the Ancients)
  • Ultimate Ancients’ Strength (Powers of the Ancients)

Playing as King Shark means players must be comfortable getting into melee range and utilizing the character’s penchant for heavy weapons and his apex predator bonuses. Putting together a string of attacks to start things off right is key, so get up into the air and smash down with authority using Atlantean Drops, and start sweeping with the heavy weapon. Using a Suicide Strike at the right time will enable quick Shield Harvesting, and finish things off with a powerful melee attack to keep the process going.

At higher combos, King Shark’s melee prowess is boosted even further together with his ability to withstand damage, and the added bonus of explosions triggered by the Black Mask’s Bulletstorm weapon will make it easy to control crowds. Throw in the high damage of grenades and the single-target power of the shotgun, and there will not be many who can stand in your way, even in the endgame.


Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
February 2, 2024


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