Sony offers Ratchet & Clank: QForce buyers two free games after second Vita delay

By Nick Akerman, Friday, 22 February 2013 16:02 GMT

Sony will offer buyers of Ratchet & Clank: QForce two free Vita games after the handheld version of the game received a second delay.

QForce, which released as Full Frontal Assault outside of Europe, made its way to the PS3 in November 2012. The game is a cross-buy title, meaning anyone who owns it for the PS3 can also play the game for free on their PS Vita.

Unfortunately, the handheld version’s original delay until January 2013 has been extended. To make up for this, buyers will receive a download code for MotorStorm RC on the Vita, and Ratchet: Gladiator when the game goes live on PSN.

Ross Alexander, Sony’s European product manager hinted at the QForce’s Vita release date over on the EU PS Blog. “As announced, the PS Vita version of the game is now due in Spring 2013.”

Thanks, EG.

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