Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault for PlayStation Vita won't make its previously announced Nov. 27 release date, Sony announced today. The Vita version of the game, also bound for PlayStation 3, is now expected in January.
Sony Computer Entertainment is delaying the Vita port "in order to provide the best gameplay experience possible," SCEA producer Greg Phillips writes on the PlayStation Blog. Developer Tin Giant is handling Vita porting duties of Insomniac Games' downloadable Ratchet & Clank sequel.
The PS3 version of Full Frontal Assault — known as Ratchet & Clank: QForce in Europe — is still on track for a late November release.
Sony says that it will offer the first piece of downloadable content for Full Frontal Assault, the Mini-Boss Skin Pack, for free as an incentive to those who purchase the PS3 game.
Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault supports Cross Buy. Customers who purchase the PS3 version of the game will get access to the Vita version at no additional cost.
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