Following the limited release of t@g earlier this week, the app official releases to the public later today across Europe. This augmented reality social graffiti app will be free to download, but will only work on PS Vita’s with 3G as it requires GPS to work correctly.
Remember t@g? The PS Vita app that lets you virtually tag places with graffiti using the console’s camera, GPS and augmented reality? Sony is currently sending out ‘early access’ vouchers to download the game, ahead of it’s release. The game was originally scheduled to be released in the Summer, but was delayed without any word from Sony.
With Summer now officially over, what happened to Wake Up Club, Travel Bug, T@g and Imaginstruments on the PS Vita? Wake Up Club was first revealed back in April this year with a Summer release date, but still hasn’t been released in Europe or North America. Treasure Park, revealed along side Wake Up Club, was release back in early September but the other apps have yet to be released.
The European PlayStation.Blog has announced t@g – a game that lets lets budding street artists show off their artistic talents by creating virtual t@gs and unleashing them anywhere in the virtual world. Utilising Augmented Reality and GPS, t@ggers can view a virtual space through their Vita and then apply their own unique virtual t@g.