PlayStation Vita 2.11 Firmware Released, Improves Stability

Another firmware update released

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PlayStation Vita firmware  2.10 was released last week and now 2.11 is up and running.

2.10 added a couple of new things and a ton of fixes. The biggest feature in 2.10 was the ability to add folders on the Vita’s home screen. This allowed the users to be able to reorganize their App/Games structure within the Home Screen and get everything organized to their liking.

However, 2.11 is now out and here is what Sony has to say regarding this new firmware update; “The software improves system stability and the playback of some titles”.

Vita will be getting quite a bit of attention when the PlayStation 4 releases due to the cross-feature functionality and also remote play. If you have any comments please leave them down below.

Stay tuned on GamingBolt for more PlayStation Vita updates and leave any comments you have down below. For our continuous coverage on the PS Vita, check out it’s hub over here.


  • AnUpsetGamer

    I won’t be picking up a PS4 any time soon. It doesn’t matter to me that the Vita can play PS4 games, when I won’t have a gaming library to start with! No PS3 games playable on this thing? No transferring over PSN games or DLC at all? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! So no, the PS4 may LOOK impressive, but looking good doesn’t make up for not having a good gaming library to start with. At least the WiiU had Wii games playable on it.

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