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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Developer Laying Off Staff

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Developer Laying Off Staff

Superbot, the developer of the recent PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, are laying off numerous members of their staff although they did confirm continual support for the title including many DLC packs in the “coming months”.

When speaking to IGN, a Sony spokesperson stated:

“SCEA can confirm that SuperBot Entertainment did make a reduction in their workforce today. The studio and SCEA remain committed to supporting PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale post launch, including developing the title’s forthcoming DLC releases in the coming months. The first character pack (including Kat from Gravity Rush and Emmett Graves from Starhawk) will be available for download on February 12 and will be free for the first two weeks. We’ll be sharing news of additional upcoming content soon.”

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[Source: IGN]

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