What was announced at the Tokyo Game Show is about to be fulfilled from next Monday onwards (November 19th), where the PlayStation Plus service will be headed towards the PlayStation Vita. The method of “transport” in this case? Well, it will be part of the upcoming PS Vita System Software Update v2.00. PS Plus will definitely be a boon for gamers, as it offers exclusive discounts as well as bonus features for both PS Vita and PlayStation 3 members. Apart from online storage for game saves, automatic updates and Trophy synching, PS Plus members will also be able to access the Instant Game Collection, which holds a constantly updated library selection of games.
Assuming the update process of your PS Vita to v2.00 goes as smoothly as planned, with the PS Store being published next Tuesday, PS Plus members will then be able to download the Instant Game Collection – where it carries some classic PS Vita games Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Jet Set Radio HD, WipEout 2048, Gravity Rush and Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!, as well as (PSP) PlayStation Portable hit Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions. Seems to be quite the update we can look forward to, no?
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