It’s expected this will also bump the game back in other regions as well, but as Sony‘s never confirmed a European or Australian release, we can’t be sure.
What we do know is the reason for the delay, as Chan Park – President of SuperBot explains:
This will let us spend more time polishing and tuning the game, and it will give us a chance to incorporate some of the great feedback we’re receiving from the current limited beta to ensure we are creating the best possible fighting game experience. While it is our greatest desire to put this game into the hands of our fans as soon as possible, we do not want to do so at the sake of quality.
In case you need a refresher on just who’s going to be making an appearance in this fantastic lineup of gaming characters, here’s the current list:
- Big Daddy – BioShock
- Cole MacGrath – Infamous
- Colonel Radec – Killzone
- Dante – Devil May Cry
- Evil Cole – Infamous
- Fat Princess – Fat Princess
- Heihachi Mishima – Tekken
- Jak and Daxter – Jak and Daxter
- Kratos – God of War
- Nariko – Heavenly Sword
- Nathan Drake – Uncharted
- PaRappa – PaRappa the Rapper
- Raiden – Metal Gear
- Ratchet and Clank – Ratchet & Clank
- Sackboy – LittleBigPlanet
- Sir Daniel Fortesque – MediEvil
- Sly Cooper – Sly Cooper
- Spike – Ape Escape
- Sweet Tooth – Twisted Metal
- Toro Inoue – Together Everywhere!
Following the North American delay, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is expected to be available around the world in late November – keep an eye out in Australia around the 21st.