Sony has released a new firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the console to version v2.01. As we reported earlier, Firmware v2.00 had a bug with synching savedata to the cloud, which has now been fixed in this minor update. If you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber. Chances are that the update has already been downloaded onto your console.
Recently released firmware v2.00 for the PS Vita contains a minor bug, it has been revealed. Sony announced that the automatic cloud backup feature for save data, available to PlayStation Plus subscribers, is not working correctly, meaning data isn’t actually saved to the cloud. As a result, the company is preparing Firmware version v2.01 to address the issue.
PS Vita Firmware v2.00 is a massive update for the console adding many new features and improving existing functionality. The biggest change in the addition of PlayStation Plus to the console, adding automatic downloading of updates, cloud storage for gamesave data and the Instant Game Collection. The Web Browser has also been updated, along with many of the other applications.
The latest firmware update for the PS Vita is now available to download, adding a host of improvements, new features and PlayStation Plus compatibility to the console. Sony has changed the web browser to be a separate app, increasing it’s speed and improving its HTML5 capabilities.
Firmware v2.00 is launching on the PS Vita this week, bringing with it a whole host of features for PlayStation Plus subscribers. In addition to automatic updates, wireless synching and cloud storage, the Web browser will also be updated so that its a “small app”. This little tidbit was revealed by Sony World Wide Studio boss Shuhei Yoshida on Twitter.