PlayStation All-Stars Delayed

Last night an interesting image appeared on the PlayStation Blog, this image was regarding SuperBot Entertainments upcoming title PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Under which it was attached by this quote, “SuperBot Entertainment president announces a new release date for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

Sweet Tooth destroying the competition

This post was however quickly removed however and there was no confirmation if this “alleged” post was real or not. However the post has now returned to the PlayStation Blog and indeed confirms the game has been now delayed.

The game was originally scheduled to be released this October, but had now been moved back to November 20th in North America, Europe on the 21st, Australia on the 22nd and Europe on the 23rd. Possibly due to to information found during the beta that has been running on and off since July 28th, or possibly to add additional upgrades to the fighting mechanic since their recent employment of Capcom’s veteran fighting game expert Seth Killian.

This now adds to the list of AAA title making their release in November, ranging from Halo 4, Call of Duty, Black Ops 2, Hitman: Absolution, LittleBigPlanet Karting and Paper Mario: Sticker Star.

Source: IGN

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