Sony has dropped its affiliation with Playstation All-Stars: Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment, according to a statement released to IGN. According to Sony, it’s working relationship with the Southern California studio “…has amicably ended”, but the game’s upcoming DLC will “…continue to be fully supported by Santa Monica Studio”. Playstation All-Stars was released back in November of last year, official sales statistics have yet to be released.
Contrary to an initial report filed by Kotaku, SuperBot will not be shuttered as a result of the break up. In a statement to IGN, studio representatives echoed Sony’s own conclusion that the partnership “…ended on good terms” and that the team is “…beginning the next chapter of [their] future…” independently.