Seth Killian today answered a few more fan questions in regards to the DLC for the upcoming multiplatform title, “Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale.” The Lead Game Designer at Sony Computer Entertainment Santa Monica Studio talked about the pricing for trials, challenges and pricing for the Kat and Emmett DLC in addition to several general downloadable content tidbits. You can check out some screens from the crossover fighting game in the slideshow at the top of this article and the response from Seth Killian on the comments section of the Playstation.Blog below:
Kat and Emmett DLC pricing after free two-week period:
I assume they will still be available for a price after 2 weeks, but there’s no reason to wait, so download them when they go live and they’re free for all.
Trials and challenges for DLC characters:
In addition to their own story mode, DLC characters will have their own trials and challenges, as well as additional unlockable costume, plus a very cool little thing we like to call their “minion” :) We treat downloadable characters just like the full fledged on-disc characters.
On releasing DLC characters in pairs:
I can say that we like the idea of releasing characters together, just as we’ve always done with the announcements over the course of development.
Future DLC pricing:
Not yet known. Probably depends on a lot of factors, but we’re committed to always trying our best for the fans and adding as much value as our bosses will let us get away with :)
Sony Computer Entertainment Santa Monica Studio is helping out with the development of “Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale.” SuperBot Entertainment is the main developer behind the Playstation 3 version of the crossover fighting game while Bluepoint Games is handling the Playstation Vita port. The title will be released in North America on Nov. 20. You can pre-order it in the following link: “Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale”