Gamers will be able to try other stars from the PlayStation pantheon
The developers working on the upcoming PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale say that they are working on more characters and on more environments for their game, which will be launched as downloadable content after the game is officially out.Daniel Maniago, who is a community manager working at developer Superbot, has told the French version of the official PlayStation Blog that, “There will be additional characters, as well as other forms of DLC levels.”
The new game will allow players to initially control characters ranging from Nathan Drake to the Big Daddy from BioShock and Fat Princess from the game with the same name.
The game focuses on quick and dirty battles mixed with impressive superpowers.
PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale will launch on both the PlayStation 3 and the Vita handheld on November 20.