Borderlands 2 is heading to PS Vita – alongside a hardware bundle packaging the game with the new, slimmer Vita.
Sony's John Koller announced the news at California PlayStation event this week, adding that a Vita Borderlands 2 hardware bundle will launch alongside the game this spring. The package includes the new model of Vita, a copy of the game, and an 8GB memory card for $200.
The upcoming handheld version of Borderlands 2 will carry four-player co-op, along with cross-play and save support with the PS3 version. It also contains six DLC packs, in addition to the base game.
The bundle's release will mark the North American debut of the slim PS Vita. The model launched in the UK earlier this week, following last year's initial launch in Japan.
Sony also revealed that God of War and Sly Cooper collections are in the works for Vita. The God of War bundle, packing God of War 1 and 2, is scheduled for May 6th. The Sly Cooper pack, which contains Sly Cooper and the Thievius Racconus, Sly 2: Band of Thieves and Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves, launches on May 27th.
Along with the announcements, Sony released a new trailer previewing what's ahead for its current handheld: