With PlayStation Vita getting Unity game engine support in today’s update, one of gaming’s most widely used game engines is heading to Sony’s latest handheld. And that means it’s all the easier for the dozens of great Unity engine games to head to the Vita as well, to say nothing of future developments.
Cross-platform development software Unity version 4.3 will add support for Sony’s PlayStation Vita handheld, according to a post on the Unity blog. Licensed developers can use the Unity engine to create PS Vita games with support for the handheld’s cameras, dual analog sticks, motions sensors and rear touchpad. Unity’s PS Vita support also integrates PlayStation Network features, like friends, matchmaking and trophies.
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