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PS All-Stars developer SuperBot is already hard at work making sure that the game is getting any attention that it needs post-launch, as the developer has now announced details of the game’s first patch.

“We want to thank everyone for all the feedback we’ve received since launch,” says SuperBot community manager Daniel “Clockw0rk” Maniago in the patch’s announcement. “It helps us tremendously in improving the All-Stars experience. We’ll continue to closely monitor the data coming in as players online continue to kick-punch-chop their way through the leaderboards! And we ask that you keep tweeting, posting, and discussing ways that your experience with the game can be improved.”

So what’s being changed, fixed up, or added? Here’s a rundown of the major points of Patch 1.02, which will be going live this week:

  • A new item, Medusa’s Gaze, has been added to the game
  • View Invites has been added to the Party Bar Menu
  • Voice chat icon added to loading screens
  • AI logic enhancements
  • Network performance improvements
    • Issue where players were stuck with a different character than the one picked has been addressed
    • Issue with matchmaking in regards to player skill has been addressed
    • Overall improvements to network connectivity
  • Sackboy changes
    • Level 1 Super – Increase cost from 100 to 150 AP
    • Level 2 Super – Increase cost from 325 to 400 AP
    • Level 3 Super – Increase cost from 600 to 750 AP
    • Jam Session (Neutral Triangle) – Reduced AP generation from 25 down to 10 AP
    • Cakeinator (Neutral Circle) – Reduced AP generation from 25 down to 20 AP

Source: SuperBot Entertainment

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Details On PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale’s First Patch

PS All-Stars developer SuperBot is already hard at work making sure that the game is getting any attention that it needs post-launch, as the developer has now announced details of the game's first patch.

By Mollie L Patterson | 12/3/2012 09:33 AM PT

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PS All-Stars developer SuperBot is already hard at work making sure that the game is getting any attention that it needs post-launch, as the developer has now announced details of the game’s first patch.

“We want to thank everyone for all the feedback we’ve received since launch,” says SuperBot community manager Daniel “Clockw0rk” Maniago in the patch’s announcement. “It helps us tremendously in improving the All-Stars experience. We’ll continue to closely monitor the data coming in as players online continue to kick-punch-chop their way through the leaderboards! And we ask that you keep tweeting, posting, and discussing ways that your experience with the game can be improved.”

So what’s being changed, fixed up, or added? Here’s a rundown of the major points of Patch 1.02, which will be going live this week:

  • A new item, Medusa’s Gaze, has been added to the game
  • View Invites has been added to the Party Bar Menu
  • Voice chat icon added to loading screens
  • AI logic enhancements
  • Network performance improvements
    • Issue where players were stuck with a different character than the one picked has been addressed
    • Issue with matchmaking in regards to player skill has been addressed
    • Overall improvements to network connectivity
  • Sackboy changes
    • Level 1 Super – Increase cost from 100 to 150 AP
    • Level 2 Super – Increase cost from 325 to 400 AP
    • Level 3 Super – Increase cost from 600 to 750 AP
    • Jam Session (Neutral Triangle) – Reduced AP generation from 25 down to 10 AP
    • Cakeinator (Neutral Circle) – Reduced AP generation from 25 down to 20 AP

Source: SuperBot Entertainment

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About Mollie L Patterson

view all posts

Mollie got her start in games media via the crazy world of gaming fanzines, and now works at EGM with the goal of covering all of the weird Japanese and niche releases that nobody else on staff cares about. She’s active in the gaming community on a personal level, and an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming, consumer rights, and good UI. Find her on Twitter @mollipen.