by Mike Bendel on June 11, 2012 @ 5:55 pm
Update: Looks like the firmware just went live. Hit up Network Update to download.
Sony’s announced that the PS Vita is due to receive a firmware update tonight, bringing the version count to 1.69. Firmware 1.69 is a minor update that merely adds ” improves software stability.” We’re also told that it is completely optional.
Unfortunately, that means we’re still left waiting for PSOne emulation support. Sony did finally announce that the ability to download PSOne classics would coming this later this summer during its E3 press conference. Here’s hoping that means we’ll be graced with a more sizable firmware update in the coming months.
We’ll update when the firmware goes live.
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