PlayStation Plus comes to Vita on November 19 with 2.00 system update

Vita owners will finally get the chance to make use of Sony’s PlayStation Plus program on November 19. The premium service will be expanded to include the handheld as part of the Vita’s next system update (2.00).

As previously announced, the popular “Instant Game Collection” will come to the Vita in a big way with six games available for download in the first month. The initial “Instant Game Collection” includes Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Jet Set Radio HD, Wipeout 2048, Gravity Rush, and Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!, as well as the PSP title Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions.

Even with the inclusion of Vita games to the “Instant Game Collection,” a PlayStation Plus subscription remains $17.99 for the three-month plan and $49.99 for a year.

Besides the addition of PlayStation Plus, additional functionality will be added to the Vita in the 2.00 update:

  • Email: Check read and send email directly from PS Vita
  • Content Management: Wirelessly transfer content between PS Vita and PC in addition to browsing folders on PS3/PC and copying them to PS Vita
  • PSone Classics: Now assign controller buttons to touchscreen, rear touch pad and buttons with select games on the PS Vita system
  • PSone Classics: Custom screen mode option for flexible screen size adjustment
  • Web Browser: Enhanced performance of the web browser along with improved support of HTML 5 and JavaScript
  • Web Browser: Ability to “Tweet” web page addresses
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