In case you’ve been in hiding over the past week, you should know PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is currently being play tested in a private beta, which has thus far resulted in a few leaks.
Now that you’re brought up to speed, you should now know that the folks at Superbot Entertainment have announced plans to host a public beta this fall.
While we don’t know exactly when this public beta will begin, we can say you’ll require an invite to be granted access and PlayStation Plus members will be given early access. As far as how you’ll be able to acquire an invite goes, Superbot will dish on those details sometime before the beta begins.
If you somehow qualified for the private beta but didn’t get in, don’t worry. It will be gradually expanded upon to allow more players in over the next few weeks, so you may still have a shot. If can’t get in over the next few weeks, you’ll just have to wait for it to go public I suppose.
Oh and the next “official” fighter reveal will happen at Gamescom in about two weeks time. My money is on Dante.