Borderlands 2 has been confirmed for a Spring release in the US as part of a PS Vita Slim bundle. The reworked shooter includes the obligatory touchscreen controls, the ability to cross-save with your PS3 game and 6 DLC packs.
The PlayStation Vita is not a big seller, which is a shame, because it’s pretty darn brilliant.
The fact that it plays beautifully with PS4 has breathed a bit of new life into the handheld, though, and keen to not let that go to waste, Sony has given it a svelte makeover.
It’s officially known as PCH-2000, but it’s the Vita Slim to normal people, and while there are other changes besides (including a new, potentially downgraded screen), a review of an ergonomically altered handheld can’t really start anywhere but with the design…
The announcement comes from Sony’s Fergal Gara and involves what he’s previously called a ‘soft bundle’. So not an official Sony combination but rather something put together by retailers. The deal will apparently be limited by PS4 availability. It does look like a separate official PS4 / PS Vita bundle is still on the way though.
Hi everyone. Amongst all the excitement for the launch of PS4 and, of course, Killzone Shadow Fall, here at Guerrilla Cambridge we’ve still been busily working away on Killzone Mercenary. We’re now very pleased to announce that there will be a number of updates coming over the next few months.
First up is Update 3. In terms of functionality there will only be minimal changes but this is the patch that reduces the size of the other patches! After installing this patch it will free up around 800MB of space for those who have already installed Updates 1 and 2. Update 3 should be ready in the next few weeks.