News: Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault Coming To Vita Next Week

ratchetandclankthumbnailRatchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault (or QForce if you reside in the UK and Europe) will be seeing a release on the PS Vita next week.

The delayed title will finally be available for purchase on May 21st for North American players and a day later for the UK and Europe on May 22, though if you bought the PS3 version you’ll be able to download Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault for free as part of the cross-buy initiative.

Also, if you purchase Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault at retail then you’ll be in for an extra treat as you’ll be able to download Ratchet Deadlocked HD for free after re-deeming your PS Vita version of Full Frontal Assault, thought it’s worth pointing out that there is no solid release date for Ratchet Deadlocked HD at this time. When we know more, we’ll update you, don’t worry about that!

It’s about time that Full Frontal Assault got a release on the Vita, we’ve been waiting ages! Delays have kept fans asking and whining, and it seems those complaints have been heard as you’ll be getting a nice freebie for your patience. Win-win!

Relieved to see Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault get a solid release date? Will you be playing through the title again, but on the go? Let us know down in the comments section below.

Source: Joystiq, PlayStation Blog.

News tip credit: Lester Paredes (spelt correctly this time!)

  1. It’s the personal touch you just don’t get anywhere else! On topic: I hope it’s good too. They’ve had more than enough time to perfect it, so I think we’ll be in for a treat.

    1. Okay. Definitely the PS3 is visually superior. Special effects are dumbed down and character models/destructible environmental items remind me of the PSP. Not so much in how they are animated, but more in how they are textured. I’m not really explaining that right, and I have no idea how to. I guess low-res textures? On a side note: I swear, Uncharted: GA was the game that ruined it for the rest of the Vita’s library (Except for maybe the upcoming Killzone Mercenary and Gravity Rush and any 2-D game). The Vita version has some framerate issues (it seemed to me that the characters in the opening cutscene moved… off…) especially when there’s a lot on screen. When you rotate the camera, you can see it stutter, i guess is the best way I can say it. Otherwise, it’s fun. The issues don’t seem to affect the game when in play, but I’ve only done the first level so far.

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