PlayStation Plus has become one of the most appealing and attractive subscription services available. After all, subscribers get significant discounts and even some free games. Sony has recently announced that Vita users will be able to get PlayStation Plus on the portable console and it won’t cost anything to existing subscribers.
According to the publisher, the service will be available this November and it’ll provide access to free titles, discounts (on both games and DLC,) 1GB of Cloud storage, automatic updates and automatic trophies syncing. In North America, the service will cost $17.99 for three months or $49.99 for a whole year. Additionally, two new Vita colors were announced (red and blue,) but it seems like a price drop isn’t going to happen any time soon.
Finally, Keiji Inefune’s Soul Sacrifice has been delayed to 2013, Muramasa: The Demon Blade will receive a Vita port and a direct sequel to God Eater has been announced.