Borderlands 2 PS Vita Only Supports 2-Player Co-op, Decision Was Made Late in Development

May 2, 2014Written by Jason Dunning

borderlands2psvitascreenshot3 We’re just a short time away from being able to get Borderlands 2 for PS Vita when it releases on May 13th. Giving us a bit more information about the game is the PS Blog, who went hands-on with Borderlands 2, revealing that co-op will only support up to 2 players, rather than 4:

We checked in with the SCEA Third Party Production team, who confirmed that while they strived to include four-player co-op in the game, they made a decision late in their development cycle to focus on providing the best two-player-only co-op experience possible. As a result, the maximum co-operative player count for Borderlands 2 on PS Vita is capped at two.

Saying Borderlands 2 PS Vita is “generally hovering in the vicinity of 30 frames-per-second,” they also detailed that the controls in the game are customizable, as shown in this screenshot: borderlands2psvitascreenshotmay2nd1 In case you’ve forgotten, Borderlands 2 on PS Vita supports Cross Save with the PS3 version, and also includes the following DLC: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, the Psycho and Mechromancer Character Classes, the Ultimate Vault Hunter’s Upgrade Pack, and the Collector’s Edition pack. Will you be buying Borderlands 2 this month on PS Vita?  Let everyone know in the comments below.