Sony’s PlayStation All-Stars will be available for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in less than two weeks, and more news regarding the game is starting to emerge. After AMOG reported that the company finally released the full trailer of their upcoming title, it was also confirmed that the PlayStation All-Stars had gone gold.
PlayStation All-Stars Gold Edition and DLC
As posted on the PlayStation Blog, Seth Killian of Sony Santa Monica confirms that they’ve rolled out the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale’s gold edition for the PS3 and PS Vita.
I’m here today on behalf of SuperBot Entertainment, Bluepoint Games, and Santa Monica Studio to announce that PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has gone gold on PS3 and PS Vita! All of us are extremely grateful for the help from our beta players in testing our networking, and thrilled to see the amazing response from all of you that played the beta, which is just a small slice of the full game.
In relation to this, the company launched the opening cinematic sequence of the game. Moreover, PlayStation All-Stars’ first downloadable content was already confirmed. According to a Sony representative:
Yes, we will be adding additional gameplay content to PlayStation All-Stars through post-launch DLC, including new characters and environments.
However, Sony has nothing more specific to share. Thus, Killian advises gamers to stay tuned, as well as adding that hypothetical DLC characters will have features similar to launch-days cast. This could include their stories in a single-player mode.
We’ve been tight-lipped about our final boss, but if you hang in until the end you’ll get a glimpse of the villainous mastermind that’s returned from the depths of PlayStation history to pull the strings in All-Stars.
PlayStation All-Stars: Beyond Arcade Mode
What’s interesting about this recent news is that PlayStation All-Stars will apparently give a deeper gaming experience for all the fans. When pressed about the game’s single-player content, Killian said the game will have a lot of features.
Beyond arcade mode with intros, ending and rival cut-scenes for every character and all the multiplayer stuff, All-Stars has tons of interesting challenges and trials (both overall trials and character-specific stuff). Certainly, it’s hundreds of hours of content here, and a very extensive set of unlocks, from titles, to taunts, to character-specific intro and outro moves, musical themes, badges, etc.
The PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will be available on November 20, although pricing details are yet to be announced. Check out the game’s opening cinematic sequence below.