Thanks to the latest announcement from Unity it looks like the PlayStation Vita is finally getting the support it needs, albeit a little late in the game but later is better than never.
Thanks to the latest announcement from Unity It looks like the PlayStation Vita is finally getting the support it needs, albeit a little late in the game but later is better than never. Unity announced today that they have now released Unity 4.3 which comes with full PlayStation Vita development support.
“Developers with a licensed developer agreement from SCE for PS Vita will now be able to deploy their game to PS Vita via the Unity engine and make use of platform-specific functionality including Motion sensors, Front and rear camera, Dual analog sticks, and Rear Touch pad”
This is a continuation of Unity’s partnership with Sony which was announced back in March of last year aimed at bringing the Unity development suite to the entire PlayStation family. While this may not seem like big news to everyone it is important to note that this added support will allow for developers to easily port their titles across platforms without having to rewrite the game from scratch.