by Mike Bendel on December 3, 2012 @ 6:33 pm
Last week, we reported that Sony was ironing out bugs found in the 2.00 update for PS Vita. Notably, the PS Plus driven cloud saving functionality wasn’t working properly. As promised, Sony’s since released a fix — in the form of firmware 2.01.
Not surprisingly, there appear to be no other noteworthy changes. In fact, nothing is mentioned in the supplied changelog when installing the firmware. That said, if you don’t happen to be a PS Plus subscriber, there’s probably no reason to rush and update this time around.
We’ve included a direct download link to the firmware below.
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