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Borderlands 2 patch delivers fixes for stability, PS Vita controls

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Borderlands 2's recently launched PlayStation Vita version has been patched, offering stability updates as well as control options tailored to the handheld's control scheme.

In Borderlands 2's 1.04 title update, gryoscopic controls now may be independently inverted along one axis or another, allowing users who favor an inverted-Y axis to do so. Another fix scales down the input on the rear touch screen to allow users who mapped commands to that pad to grip the PS Vita without accidentally triggering them.

Borderlands 2 launched for the PlayStation Vita on May 13, and has patched in major updates since then, including cross-save functionality between its PlayStation 3 and PS Vita versions.

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