The PS Vita and PlayStation TV have received a minor firmware update, brining the system software to version v3.68. This minor update is mandatory if you want to access the PlayStation Network, but it doesn’t do much except for improve system performance.
A new firmware update for the PS Vita has been released, updating the system software to v3.67. The console is effectively not being supported by Sony anymore, given that the last major firmware update was over two years go. This minor update is mandatory if you wish to access the PlayStation Network.
The first PlayStation Vita firmware update of the year has been released, updating the system software to version v3.65. As with the last few updates, this firmware update is a stability fix and is required to access the PlayStation Network. The changelog can be found below.
Sony has released a new security update to the PlayStation Vita today, updating the system to Firmware v3.63. The update is a minor one, improving the “quality of the system performance”. The official changelog has been included below for completeness.
Sony continues to keep the PS Vita alive and kicking, at least in Japan. Today, Sony announced two new colours in the PS Vita range, that will be available from 1st December 2016. The two new colours are Silver and Metallic Red, and will retain for ¥18,980 in Japan (approx. £140). The trailer and photos of the two new colours can be found below.
Sony has released another minor firmware update for the PS Vita and PlayStation TV, months after Firmware v3.60 was released. It’s another minor firmware update that improves system stability.
Drinkbox has announced a collection of games for the PS Vita, and will be launching in North America and Europe this week. The Drinkbox Vita Collection launches on 13th July 2016, and features three games, including Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack and Guacamelee!. Pricing for the collection hasn’t been revealed yet.
The Twitch App is finally available to download for the PlayStation Vita in the UK and Europe, allowing people to watch live streams and recorded content on the handheld console. The app is compatible with both the PS Vita and PlayStation TV, and is 16.7 MB in size. Naturally, gamers won’t be able to stream their gameplay from the PS Vita to twitch using the app, as the PS Vita doesn’t support live streaming like the PS4.
Sony has released a new firmware update for the PS Vita and PlayStation TV, weighing in at 127 MB. The update is a minor one and includes stability improvements for both the systems. No major firmware updates are planned for the PS Vita going forward, so you can expect more stability improvements in the future.
Sony has announced that the native PlayStation Store, available on the PSP, will be closing at the end of this month. However, owners of Sony’s first portable console will still be able to purchase games and access their library from the web-based PlayStation Store. Users will also still have the ability to make in-game purchases from their PSP system.