by David Sanchez on August 13, 2012 @ 9:03 am
Despite previously announcing that PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale would be launching on October 23, it now looks like that date may no longer be official. As reported by Joystiq, a post on the PlayStation Blog indicates that the upcoming crossover fighter may in actuality launch on November 20.
The weird thing is that if you head over to the PlayStation Blog right now, the post doesn’t appear anymore. Magic tricks, people! It’s vanished! Whether the post will pop up again on the site remains to be seen at the moment, but we’ll keep you posted on the status of PlayStation All-Stars‘ launch.
Does a delay surprise anyone? More importantly, if the game really is delayed, are people going to flip? It’s just a one-month delay, after all. Maybe that additional development time means we’ll get an extra character or two. Here’s hoping!
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