Sony has announced its first batch of games for the handheld console, bringing the company’s library of games to more than 100 titles.
The PlayStation Vita has been out for just a week and already sold more than 200,000 units, according to data from Japan’s Nikkei Asian Review.
That’s a huge number for a handheld console.
Sony will be releasing games for this device in a handful of languages over the next several months, including Japanese, English and German.
The company said it plans to make sure that the handheld gets games for all platforms available at launch.
The first-person shooters and other first-parties are in.
The new games, which will be available for the PlayStation 4 in early 2018, will be released in a range of different languages, including English and French, but the PlayStation Home console will also support English and Portuguese.
Sony also announced the release of the first two of its two-disc “PS Vita Classics” collection, which includes the original games and “Nippon Ichi Software’s PlayStation Vita Classics Collection” from last year.
These are two of the original PlayStation Vita games available on the new console.
The collection will come with both the original PS Vita game as well as a “new-gen” edition of the game.
The original PlayStation Vue and PS Vue Plus games will also be included in the collection.
Sony will also release a new edition of PlayStation Vibes for both PS4 and PS Vita.
Sony is promising that these will be sold in Japan, but we’ll have to wait and see how they perform.
We don’t know much about the new Vibezes, but they should offer some nice improvements over the old ones.
In addition to the first batch, Sony has also announced an expansion pack for the PS Vita called “Vita Pro.”
This new expansion will include new features and will be included with both PS Vita and PlayStation Home.
The PS Vita Pro will come in two versions: a basic model with an SD card slot, and a Pro with an 8GB card slot.
The Pro will be out for $299.99.
Sony has not said when this will be officially available in North America.
Sony also said that a third-party developer kit is coming soon.
This is a developing story.