Sony has released a new system update for PS Vita that takes it to version 1.69. The update is once again 97 MB and is completely optional. The new firmware is said to “improve software stability”, although exactly which games it targets remains a mystery.
It’s been two months since Sony issued the last Vita firmware update (v1.67) and that was also nonmandatory. President of Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, said during a recent guest appearance on IGN’s Podcast Beyond that the next compulsory PS Vita system update will include PSone Classics support – a feature that PlayStation fans have long been clamouring for.
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Source: PlayStation Blog