PS Vita Firmware 1.67 Goes Live

by Mike Bendel April 11, 2012 @ 8:06 pm

Update: According to the Japanese PlayStation site, firmware 1.67 fixes a game-related issue with Dream Club Zero Portable that prevented the camera functionality from working properly.

It’s that time again. Sony’s issued a stealth update for the PS Vita, bringing the firmware version count to 1.67. Those that check Network Update will be prompted to download and install the firmware, or you can grab it manually at this link.

Like its predecessor and the PS3, it would seem firmware updates are becoming quite the regular occurrence for the Vita, as this is the third update to drop this month. Granted, one was merely a bug fix. At any rate, there’s no word yet on what 1.67 adds — as of writing Sony has yet to provide a changelog, but we’ll keep you posted.

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Robby says:

My Vita needs more games, fast.

Trigun says:

Oh Sony.

hush404 says:

Ugh. I'm so tired of updating my systems every time I turn around.

Hellcat says:

Yeah, the thing is that they don't test what they push out.

Then, once released the flaws come up, get fixed and pushed out again without testing once more.

Whole thing then just repeats.

B2K24 says:

Job security for firmware developers ;-)

luiscesjr says:

Hopefully they will at least show us more games on

the upcoming E3, like actual gameplay of bioshock and

COD... Still, even after all I am loving my Vita so far!

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