PS Vita ‘Plantera’ Releases Anytime April; Beginner’s Guide Detailed

By Mia P. , Updated Mar 15, 2017 05:19 AM EDT

PS Vita is slated to get its own version of the simulation game "Plantera" that is said to be in the final stages of development. The game developer Ratalaika Games revealed that the game will be sent to Sony's Quality Assurance team by next week. Furthermore, the PS Vita version is expected to be released in mid or late April 2017.

"Plantera" PS Vita Version Costs Only $4.99

It should be noted that the PS Vita version release will be in both North America and in Europe. The game will be available for only $4.99 and will use both touchscreen and buttons. Moreover, the shop within "Plantera" has also been reworked to fit better to the screen resolution of the PS Vita, iPlay PSVita reported.

The PS Vita version of the game will still feature the same gameplay as the other platform versions. Gamers may grow their own garden and breed animals and plants to earn coins. This in-game currency may then be used to buy new animals and plants as well as special  items and garden expansions.

Take note that as the garden grows, it needs to be defended against rabbits, magpies, foxes and wolves. Moreover, raising levels and the productivity of animals and plants may also help to defend the garden. PS Vita gamers may also earn more money to create the dream garden in the game.

PS Vita 2 Is Years In The Making

Meanwhile, an outline of a portable device was revealed with two controller pods on both sides of the screen, replete with normal PS layout of four main action buttons, a D-pad and two joysticks, PC Advisor UK reported. Additionally, the pods feature the twin bumper/trigger arrangements seen on the PS4 dual shock 4 controllers. Rumor has it that this is the PS Vita 2 in the making.

PS Vita 2 is said to be a device dedicated to mobile gaming platform. It is believed that while the patent design has just come out in public, it was drawn up in 2015. Note that the production cycle of new consoles may be long and patent applications are filed early to protect the company's ownership of ideas. Watch more PS Vita 2 leaks below:


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