Travel Bug has received a patch, updating the game to version v1.01. The update is 38 MB in size and adds new clothing and accessories to the game, including seasonal hats, shoes and t-shirts. The update also adds new clothing and accessories for those that want to dress bugs up as females.
Recently released free app for the PS Vita, Travel Bug, has 8 trophies to unlock, including two gold and two silver trophies. Most of the trophies are pretty easy to unlock in a short about of time without much effort, which should please trophy hunters. More trophies are likely to be added to the game via DLC.
Another app that was delayed without reason has launched on the PlayStation Store in Europe today. Discovery App Travel Bug is now available to download free from the Store now. The aim of the game is simple: hatch a bug; name it; then send it out on an adventure using near.
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.
It looks like Sony has a real treat in store for PS Vita owners at Gamescom next week. An “anonymous” source reveals that Sony will be releasing a number of previously announced Apps for the PS Vita, including Wake Up Club, Travel Bug and Ecolibrium next week.