This article is about the PS4 port of the official Battle Royale game. For other uses, see PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (Series) or PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS2)..(both coming soon)
PlayStation All-Stars: Remastered is a port of the original PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, created exclusively for the PlayStation 4. This version would be announced alongside the sequel at E3 2017, slated for a release on November 20, 2017, five full years after the launch of the original game.
This version would include all previous DLC content available for the original, included on-disc, and would include additional costumes, Minions, and stages added in Update 1.13. However, there would be no additional characters to the roster.
As with the original, up to four players fight on screen using characters from various PlayStation franchises, including third-party guests. Every character in the game has their own combat style and super moves that can be unleashed when a meter reaches its full potential from landing attacks to build AP, which is used to score K.O.s. The fightning style plays similar to Nintendo's popular fighting series, Super Smash Bros.. Blocking and rolling, as well as usage of items are also included.
Stages in the game are inspired by two different franchises for each stage. The stages will interact with the player by changing the landscape or posing a threat.
The game features a traditional single-player arcade mode, in which players must defeat several randomly-selected opponents, followed by a character-specific rival battle and, ultimately, a battle against the game's main antagonist and final boss, Polygon Man. Multiplayer modes include time-based matches, where players compete to achieve the most kills within a time limit, stock based matches, where players attempt to be the last one standing, and kill-limit matches, where players compete to be the first to reach a certain number of kills. The game also features a single-player challenge mode, in which players attempt to complete specific objectives.
In addition, PlayStation All-Stars: Remastered features a Gallery Mode where players are able to watch various videos including the game's credits, the original intro cinematic and all of the cutscenes from Arcade Mode. These features also appear in the original game, as of Update 1.13. Exclusive to the PS4 Edition is an upgraded Character Viewer where players are able to view detailed models of each playable character, including their alternate costumes, as well as Polygon Man and the characters who appear in stages.
The roster includes 24 playable characters, which includes the DLC from the original game.
|Evil Cole MacGrath||inFamous|
|Dante||Devil May Cry|
|Fat Princess||Fat Princess|
|Isaac Clarke||Dead Space|
|Jak and Daxter||Jak and Daxter|
|Kat & Dusty||Gravity Rush|
|Kratos||God of War|
|PaRappa||PaRappa the Rapper|
|Ratchet & Clank||Ratchet & Clank|
|Sir Daniel Fortesque||MediEvil|
|Sly Cooper||Sly Cooper|
|Sweet Tooth||Twisted Metal|
|Toro Inoue||Together Everywhere!|
|Zeus||God of War|
(*) marks a new stage.
|Stage||Primary Representation||Secondary Representation|
|Alden's Tower||inFamous||Sly Cooper|
|Blackrock Stadium||Twisted Metal||Jak and Daxter|
|Columbia||BioShock Infinite||Twisted Metal|
|Dojo||PaRappa the Rapper||Killzone|
|Graveyard||MediEvil||The Unfinished Swan|
|Hades||God of War||Patapon|
|Metropolis||Ratchet & Clank||God of War|
|Rival Arena||PlayStation All-Stars||None|
|Sandover Village||Jak and Daxter||Hot Shots Golf|
|San Francisco||Resistance||Ratchet & Clank|
|Time Station||Ape Escape||Resistance|
The content that was added in the original game's Update 1.13.
Aside from the six who were given additional costumes in the original game, the rest of the characters gain a fourth costume.
|Big Daddy||Alpha Series|
|Cole MacGrath||Wedding Day|
|Evil Cole MacGrath||Delsin Rowe's Oufit|
|Colonel Radec||Shadow Fall Soldier|
|Heihachi Mishima||SoulCalibur II|
|Isaac Clarke||Ser Isaac Armor|
|Jak and Daxter||New World Jak|
|Kat & Dusty||School Kat|
|Ratchet & Clank||Liberator Armor|
|Sir Daniel Fortesque||Victorian Dan|
|Sweet Tooth||Marcus Kane|
|Toro Inoue||Sports Toro|
|Ellie||The Last of Us|
|Human Daxter||Jak and Daxter|
|Jodie Holmes||Beyond: Two Souls|
|Joel||The Last of Us|
As stated before, the PS4 Edition features a Gallery Mode. It includes two sub-menus: Theater and Character Viewer.
This mode allows players to watch various videos from PlayStation All-Stars development history and in-game movies, much like Super Smash Bros Brawl's Movies.
- Arcade: This sub-gallery features all of the character intros, endings, and rival cutscenes as seen in the game's Arcade Mode.
- The Challengers: This sub-gallery contains all of the official reveal trailers for the playable characters, as well as two new ones for Nathan Drake and Big Daddy, the only characters who never formally recieved a "new challenger" video.
- Opening Cinematic: The introduction movie for the original game.
- Bonus Cinematic: A reimagined intro cinematic that includes scenes for Kat & Dusty, Emmett Graves, Isaac Clarke, and Zeus during each character's brief skirmish with their rival.
- E3 Trailer: The trailer for the game revealed at E3 2012.
- Credits: The credits for the game.
Similar to Injustice: Gods Among Us, this mode replaces Character Bios from the original game, and includes each playable character's biography, as well as brief descriptions of their alternate costumes, and allows players to fully view each character in detail. In addition, in the style of Super Smash Bros' trophies, non-playable characters are also viewable, although these only include Polygon Man and the background characters and stage hazards.