Unity 4.3 offers major Playstation Vita support

The next Unity update will offer major support for Playstation Vita, opening up the connectivity to the public for the very first time.
Providing a developer has licensed consent from SCE, they will be able to make games on Playstation Vita, taking advantage of platform-specific functionality.
This includes, the following…
·       Motion sensors
·       Front and rear cameras
·       Dual analog sticks
·       Rear Touch pad
Unity will also allow users to add Trophy, Friend and Matching functionality to games. What’s more, the new update allows developers to develop their game without having to rewrite code from scratch. It can be built and run on a PS Vita Dev Kit. 2D and 3D games can also be created using the native animation system.
The update is available right now.
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