Ratchet And Clank: Full Frontal Assault Delayed On Vita
Ratchet And Clank: Full Frontal Assault won't be a simultaneous release on the PS3 and PS Vita after all. Sony announced today that the Vita launch of the game has been pushed back to January 2013.
Full Frontal Assault offers up the same third-person action of earlier Ratchet games. It also adds a new tower defense aspect to the game. Players will construct a base and defend it from attackers. The game supports both local and online co-op.
The PS3 version will still arrive on November 27th as planned. It'll be available through PSN and brick-and-mortar retailers. Every owner of the PS3 version will eventually be able to download the Vita version for no charge. The two versions of the game support cross-saves and cross-platform multiplayer.
To compensate gamers for the longer wait, Sony will be giving out free DLC for the game. Full Front Assault buyers will be able to download a Mini-Boss Skin Pack. This skin pack includes costumes for popular foes throughout the series such as Chainblade. You can check them out in the picture below.
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