The newest patch for PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is being worked on by Sony Santa Monica as well as another studio.

The Twitter account of Sony Santa Monica Studios has replied to user itzkhknight’s inquiry as to who’s working on the PSAS: Battle Royale patch, and the results are a bit of a surprise.

This patch was announced back in August, apparently focusing on ”character strengths, weaknesses, and functionality for adjustment considerations.”  The only known information about the studio that’s helping is that they have experience with fighting game development. Since Sony cut Superbot games loose in February, there hasn’t been much in the way of support for the title; a patch to address issues is a welcome sight, all things considered. 

An exact date for the patch release is unknown; Fall is as specific as they’ve gotten.


  • Lester Paredes

    So, they’re still supporting th egame through patches? That’s cool. I thought once superbot went and that last costume DLC launched that was the end of it. I might boot it up again. I did have a lot of fun with it.

  • I need to get the plat in this still with a few trophies left, so might boot it later, but great it is still getting some attention.