The PS Vita is set for big changes from tomorrow, as firmware 2.0 arrives ahead of the introduction of PlayStation Plus.
Shuhei Yoshida revealed via his twitter account that the US will be first to see the firmware, from tomorrow, Tuesday 20th, while other territories will start to see the firmware roll out the following day.
As we reported last week, there are some pretty nice chances coming alongside the firmware, such as PS Plus membership at no extra charge, which in turn will give users access to an Instant Game Collection (which this month includes Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, Chronovolt and Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack).
Other changes include a 'hugely improved' web browser, which can be accessed during gameplay and a new email app.
Finally, PS Plus users will also gain access to 1GB of cloud storage for PS Vita, that's in addition to the 1GB already available for PS3, while automatic updates will also become a thing.
Sound great. Are you excited?