SuperBot has confirmed that the recent leak surrounding PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is very real – as real as you and I. It seems that the most recent leak contained a bunch of combatants and stages, with Raiden, Dante and Nariko confirmed to be real, although bear in mind that this is just in part, so it might not reflect the full quality of what is to come. I guess it is pretty much similar to one seeing just a segment of a masterpiece of a painting, so it would be prematurely foolish to draw conclusions on the game until the entire title is released.
According to SuperBot president Chan Park, he explained at PS Blog, “There was an unexpected and unintended leak in our beta that allowed fans to be able to see some additional content. We’ve enjoyed reading all of the fan reaction and are thrilled that so many of you are excited to learn more about our character roster and level mash-ups, however we are still in development and the leaked content does not fully represent the final product nor the incredible efforts that were made to make these elements truly spectacular. This will be evident in the coming weeks as this content is officially revealed, beginning with our next character announcement at Gamescom in a couple of weeks.”
We look forward to the official release of PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale with bated breath.
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