Sony has announced that they will be bringing PlayStation Plus, a subscription service package from PlayStation Network, to the PS Vita next week.
Bundled with the 2.00 system software update, the Vita’s PlayStation Plus subscription will offer players cloud storage space, automatic updates, and access to the Vita’s Instant Game Collection.
The PlayStation Vita Instant Game Collection, much like the PlayStation 3’s version, will provide subscribers with access to a library of great games — the collection includes some of the best titles on the system, including Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, and Chronovolt.
The Instant Game Collection across both platforms means players will have a constant library of 14 games and at least five new games a month, which means over 65 games a year for PS3 and PS Vita.
Commitment to PS Plus is also convenient with subscriptions ranging from 90 days for NZ$24.95 and 365 days for NZ$89.95. An annual subscription available for just NZ$89.95 will give users access to 65 games and equates to a very affordable NZ$7.50 a month.
PlayStation Plus will be available on PS Vita from the 21st November.