If you have been waiting patiently for Sony’s PS Plus service to arrive on your new Sony PlayStation Vita portable gaming console. You will be pleased to learn that Sony has rolled out a new update to its PlayStation Vita console taking its system software to version 2.00.
The new PS Plus service will be available to Sony Playstation Vita owners from next week on November 19th 2012, with access to four games per month, together with other perks such as free play, exclusive discounts and online storage.
Using Sony’s new PS service gamers will be able to enjoy cross platform benefits, allowing them to set their game saves and trophies to automatically synchronise, with up to 2 GB of storage available to store game saves.(1GB on PS3 and 1GB on PS Vita). Sony explains:
‘The Instant Game Collection across both platforms means players will have a constant library of 14 games and at least five new games a month, which means over 65 games a year for PS3 and PS Vita. Gamers will also receive automatic updates with the service to ensure they are on top of the latest PS3 and PS Vita game and software updates.”
Sony Vita PS Plus subscription plan starts from 90 days for £11.99 / €14.99 and 365 days for £39.99 / €49.99. For more information jump over to the official Sony PlayStation blog.
Source: SonyFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News
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