Skullgirls, a 2D fighting game from Reverge Labs, will receive a PlayStation Network patch on Tuesday, Nov. 20, that will fix more than 300 issues, including loading times, AI difficulty and character bugs.
The three-post fix-list, announced via the game's official Facebook page, also mentions the addition of a tournament mode, as well as new training mode options. Training mode has been given a number of moves, including blocking, throw techs and combo escapes. Character tutorials and in-game move lists will also be included in the game's patch.
Skullgirls allows players to choose from eight fighting ladies in search of the Skull Heart, a strange item said to grant wishes. The game released on the PSN in April, as did an Xbox Live Arcade version. Currently, no plans for an Arcade patch have been announced.