PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale pushed back by a month in the US

Monday, 13th August 2012 23:20 GMT By Debabrata Nath

The US release date of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has slipped.

The brawler, which was previously slated for a release on October 23, has now been pushed back to November 20 in the US according to the PlayStation Blog.

“The Battle Royale Begins November 20th. SuperBot Entertainment president announces a new release date for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale,” reads a post on the front page, which we took a screengrab of, although the link to read the article in full isn’t working at the moment.

The game doesn’t have a fixed release date for Europe but is expected to release on November 21 in the region, for both PlayStation 3 and Vita.



  1. a7md1990

    Of course they had to push the date back!, they forgot to add Crash and Lara.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Christopher Jack

    I do think they need Crash, he was their icon back when ND were his developers. Even the mediocre Crash Bash had its charm & while CTR was clearly inspired by Mario Kart, the same way this was inspired by SSB, it was still an excellent game in its own right- in fact holding a higher metacritic score than Mario Kart 64.

    Spyro was essentially Sony’s Zelda if anything back in the day, so I hope for the sake of PlayStation fans that Sony was successful or at least tried to get the rights from ActiVision for both games.

    #2 2 years ago

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