The release of multiplayer brawler PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale has been pushed back to 21st November 2012. The game was earlier set to hit stands on 24th October.
The announcement was made on the official PlayStation Blog by Chan Park, president of developer SuperBot Entertainment, who said that the additional development time will aid the team in polishing, tuning and incorporating some of the great feedback from the current limited beta”.
PlayStation All-Stars features several iconic characters to have graced PlayStation consoles over the years, who will battle it out across stages based on popular games.
SuperBot is still in the process of revealing the character roster for the game and has promised some big announcements” at Gamescom, which (unofficially) kicks off today.
PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is set for release on PS3 and PS Vita with cross-play support.
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