Sony has released a new Firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to v3.52. The new update is mandatory if you wish to access the PlayStation Network or play online. Unfortunately, the update is simply a patch to improve system stability.
If you are looking forward to your favourite PlayStation franchise coming to the PS Vita, then you’ll be disappointed with the latest news from Sony. Sony’s Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida has said that no Sony first party studios are working on games for the PS Vita.
Sony has released a new minor firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to v3.51. This update fixes system stability issues when using certain features, and is required to access the PlayStation Network.
A new free-to-play title, Run Sackboy! Run!, is coming to the PS Vita this week, featuring everyone’s favourite stuffed character. The platform-survival game has you control Sackboy to race away from the Negativitron across familiar worlds from LittleBigPlanet.
The PlayStation TV has received a massive price cut in the UK within only four months of launch. The device, which can play PS Vita and PSOne games, is now available for a RRP of £44.99 (down from £84.99).
Sony has confirmed that free-to-play title Destiny of Spirits on the PS Vita will be closing down its servers on June 30th 2015. For those that have invested money in the game, their Orbs will expire when the service closes.
A new major firmware update for the PS Vita has been released, updating the system software to v3.50. The new update adds new accessibility options, and improved Remote Play functionality with the PS4, but it also removes the Maps application, and related functionality from the near application. The complete changelog is included below.
Despite being popular with developers and regular new content, Sony is shutting down PlayStation Mobile this July. Support for PlayStation Mobile has already been dropped on Android devices and soon it will be dropped for the PS Vita too.
On February 22nd 2015, the PS Vita celebrates it’s third birthday in Europe. And to celebrate, Sony has some great discounts on the PlayStation Store, giving you up to 50% off titles. PlayStation Plus subscribers can also save an additional 10% off selected games too.