Develop’s reporting that the RAM for PlayStation Vita has not seen any kind of reduction at all.
A “Sony Japan source” has passed on the info to the site, but didn’t go any further.
It wasn’t divulged, though, if the memory capacity would be 512Mb or 256Mb. Sony has never confirmed what the capacity would be, only that it has been rumoured at 512Mb for a while, with a cut to 256Mb been the most recent whisper.
It follows comments from Novarama’s Dani Sanchez-Crespo, which he said that any potential cut “won’t affect us,” adding that it would be “good for developers.”
Sony is set to launch Vita in at least one region by the end of the calendar year. Where is uncertain, but we’ll probably get some clue as to where at its gamescom press conference next month and at Tokyo Game Show.