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Minecraft: PS Vita Edition is an edition of Minecraft developed by 4J Studios alongside Mojang AB. 4J Studios hinted a teaser of the edition on 11 April 2014, and a screenshot was published about a month later. In a response to 4J, Jeb informed that it is based on the PS3 Edition.
The PS3 Edition has some level of connectivity with the PS Vita version: the game at the store incorporates Cross-Buy, and saved worlds are transferable between the consoles.
PlayStation Vita Edition also used AD-HOC for "On the Go" multiplayer and online multiplayer. Only four players can join a local game due to framerate issues in multiplayer.
The PS Vita Edition was available for purchase on the PlayStation Network on 14 October 2014 in North America and 15 October in Europe. Retail releases were made available in North America on 11 November 2014; Europe on 19 November; and 21 November in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
If you already own the PlayStation 3 Edition of Minecraft, then you can get the PS Vita edition for free.