PS4's Excellent Multiplayer Game TowerFall Adding Cross-Buy, Vita Support

If you already downloaded the PS4 version, you'll get the Vita version for free.


TowerFall Ascension, one of the PlayStation 4's best multiplayer games, is coming to PlayStation Vita next week and will support cross-buy.

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TowerFall is scheduled to release on Vita (and, by extension, PS TV) on December 15, according to the PlayStation Blog. Cross-buy support means that if you already own the PS4 version--which was a free PlayStation Plus game back in July--you're automatically entitled to the Vita version once it's available.

This also extends to the game's DLC; if you've previously purchased or plan to buy the Dark World add-on, you'll get access to it on both platforms.

And while it won't be available alongside the Vita version's launch, the plan is to add cross-save support "shortly." That will allow for your save game to move back and forth between the two versions.

TowerFall is a decidedly local multiplayer-centric game. This feature is present in the new Vita version, where it's played with an ad hoc wireless connection.

For more on the game, check out GameSpot's review.

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