The arcade card game Destruction AllStars will no longer be making its PlayStation 5 launch day release. Instead of a November launch, the first-party Sony title will now be releasing in February 2021. With somewhat of a positive, the announcement also stated the game will be free for PlayStation Plus members.
In a PlayStation blog post from product development director, Pete Smith, who emphasized how important it is to a destruction derby game to have plenty of players participating. That’s why, after the game launches, it will be available for free to anyone who has a PlayStation Plus members. The blog is suggesting it will be available to claim for two months, after which player would probably be able to keep it with the PS Plus subscriptions.
If you have already preordered Destruction AllStars, you’ll be getting a refund. The blog also promises new details and trailers coming next week, but the game won’t be releasing until February of next year.
“This may be disappointing news for some of you who were looking to play the game at launch, but we hope you understand the decision,” Smith stated. The blog didn’t give a specific reason for the delay.