PlayStation Mobile has been unveiled by Sony at it’s pre-Gamescom conference, a new service for PS-certified tablets, phones and PS Vita.
It’s a gaming service similar to Apple’s App Store, giving you tons of games from indie and major developers. If you buy a game on PlayStation Mobile once, it’s available on all of your devices.
Creators will be able to bring their games to the public using the new incentive, and content is connected to a users PSN ID mobile. It’s supported by the PS Store and available on Android PlayStation devices and will be available for Vita.
PlayStation Mobile promises a “packed schedule of original games” on PlayStation-certified devices and PS Vita, from larger publishers as well as indies.
No launch date was given, but it will launch in nine countries including Japan, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Australia with more countries to follow.
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