Borderlands 2 PS Vita Update Addresses Player Feedback
Update 1.04 fixes control and performance issues.
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Update 1.04 for the PlayStation Vita version of Borderlands 2 is out now, Sony has announced. It aims to improve “the overall Borderlands 2 PS Vita experience” by addressing feedback from players.
Most importantly, Sony has worked with developer Iron Galaxy Studios to improve the game’s stability and performance overall, including known issues with audio playback.
For users who found that they inadvertently triggered actions mapped to the PS Vita’s rear touch inputs, you can now find scaling sliders in the Options menu to reduce the inputs areas to much smaller zones. For those of you who play shooters with inverted vertical look, Gyroscopic controls can now also be independently inverted. Finally, Sony has fixed an issue where players weren’t notified that their online session had expired, causing them to incorrectly appear available for multiplayer.
The PS Vita version of Borderlands 2 was released last month, and was also included in a special $200 PS Vita Slim bundle. Borderlands 2 for consoles and PC has shipped 9 million copies since its release in September 2012.