PlayStation Vita To Get 60fps Remote Play

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Both PlayStation 4 and Vita are receiving firmware updates tomorrow. In the case of the PS4, the 2.50 update will add features such as Suspend/Resume and backing data up to a hard disc drive or USB device.

 

Meanwhile, in the case of Vita, Sony will role out the 3.50 update, which they claim will enable Remote Play at 60fps for the device.

 

You can find the full details of both updates on the PlayStation Blog.


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