If you noticed flaws in the closed beta of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, it's okay. The closed beta of the game had some stability issues such as connecting to a game smoothly online. With the open beta coming this fall, many are hoping those fixes have been addressed.
They certainly have according to director Omar Kendall. He sat down with Dual Shockers to clear the air on the progress of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
See what he had to say below.
"The beta code currently being tested is rather old in terms of buginess and gameplay. Our intention for this phase of the beta is to test various network issues, and many of the rough areas you’re experiencing in the beta have already been addressed in the most recent internal builds. We will continue to update the beta with improvements to all areas of the game, including stability and gameplay, in preparation for our release."
Fernando's POV: Having two betas of the game is an excellent idea. The closed beta gives Sony and SuperBot a chance to address issues early while the public beta will help correct later bugs before release. I wish more gaming companies would do this so they don't put out games with a crappy online experience.