At Sony’s E3 Press Conference, it was revealed that over 60 new titles will be coming to the portable console in 2012. This includes two of the new titles announced the event: Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation and Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified. In addition, PSone Classis will soon be supported on the portable console.
In the summer, Sony said that PSOne Classics will be supported by the PS Vita, though a exact date for support was not revealed. A new firmware update will be released to enable support for the PSOne Classics titles.
[…] could stream games from anywhere, at anytime. Something that SCE highlights in the press release. PSOne compatibility is coming to the console this summer, but what about PS2 classics? Instead of having to download big PS2 games to the portable console, […]
[…] compatibility for the PS Vita was promised before the PS Vita even launched, and was confirmed for this summer at E3 back in June. According to an ‘insider source’, Sony will release the PS Vita firmware update to […]