If you own a PS Vita and are interested in testing PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, you may want to check your email. According to IGN, Sony has begun sending out invite codes for the PlayStation Vita version's beta.
Sony has sent out emails announcing the Cross Play Developer Beta for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale where "you’ll be among the first to experience the iconic characters of the PlayStation universe coming together in an epic fighting game! We’re very excited to show you the game and all the fantastic features we’ve been working on and we can’t wait to see everyone go all-out in battle to see who’s truly the best!”
If you did receive a code you will gain access to beta forums where you can give valuable feedback directly to developer SuperBot Entertainment. The cross-play developer beta is set to run through Tuesday, September 25. It is unknown how many codes were sent out, so be sure to check your inbox!
Meanwhile, at the Tokyo Game Show, Sony announced that their PlayStation Plus program will be arriving on the Vita this November.