GI writes: Sony recently released a PS3 beta of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale to PlayStation Plus subscribers in the US on Oct. 16. All PlayStation Vita users could also download the beta. As a Cross-Play title, it was important for Sony and SuperBot Entertainment to have both consoles test the game’s multiplayer component. The beta was available until Oct. 30 and a month before the title’s Nov. 20 release date. The beta was meant to help SuperBot Entertainment load test the game’s servers before its release. Since the beta acts as a way to see how the servers will handle the player load, that means that the game is in its final build. Thus, the way the game plays currently is indicative of how the controls and mechanics will work on its retail release. With that in mind, it is possible to decide whether Sony’s mascot brawler will be worth picking up this Holiday season.