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Sony has confirmed another character rumored for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, as Cole MacGrath’s evil side officially joins the roster. He’s not a simple palette swap either, but a whole different fighter with unique attacks.

Evil Cole MacGrath’s powers are a bit more explosive than “Vanilla” Cole, with less graceful electricity and more rage-fueled explosion-type attacks.

Most notably, Evil Cole seems to have a useful move that lets him ignore damage in a charging attack.

Check out the announcement video below, if so inclined, but we still have to wonder what’s taking Sony so long to roll out the welcome mat for Crash Bandicoot.

At the very least, this finishes the roll call for every character from a previous leak, but we’re still waiting on an announcement trailer for Spyro the Dragon.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was pushed back for more polish, and now releases in late November.

Sony Confirms ‘Evil’ Cole MacGrath For PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

Sony has confirmed another character rumored for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, as Cole MacGrath's evil side officially joins the roster. He's not a simple palette swap either, but a whole different fighter with unique attacks.

By EGM Staff | 08/28/2012 04:18 PM PT

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Sony has confirmed another character rumored for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, as Cole MacGrath’s evil side officially joins the roster. He’s not a simple palette swap either, but a whole different fighter with unique attacks.

Evil Cole MacGrath’s powers are a bit more explosive than “Vanilla” Cole, with less graceful electricity and more rage-fueled explosion-type attacks.

Most notably, Evil Cole seems to have a useful move that lets him ignore damage in a charging attack.

Check out the announcement video below, if so inclined, but we still have to wonder what’s taking Sony so long to roll out the welcome mat for Crash Bandicoot.

At the very least, this finishes the roll call for every character from a previous leak, but we’re still waiting on an announcement trailer for Spyro the Dragon.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was pushed back for more polish, and now releases in late November.

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