PlayStation Vita gets updated to Firmware 1.52

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 16 January 2012 07:05 GMT

Sony’s launched a small Firmware update for PlayStation Vita units in Japan, bringing it to 1.52. We’ve verified the update is indeed there, having to download it myself onto my Japanese unit. SCEJ hasn’t specified the reason why its pushed the update, but according to Andriasang, it’s to fix a V1.51 update where Japanese 3G systems are unable to recognise the SIM card.

Vita launches on February 22 in Europe and the US.

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