The PlayStation Vita doesn’t have too many video apps to speak of, aside from being able to purchase movies on the PlayStation Network and stream content via Netflix. However, that’s about to change.
Today, Sony has announced the launch of a number of new video services for the handheld system, including anime-based Crunchyroll, NHL GameCenter and Qello. In addition, other apps will be released this spring, including Redbox Instant, Hulu Plus and Galam TV.
“PlayStation is dedicated to giving our fans the best entertainment options on our platforms; and we’ll continue to bring epic entertainment options straight to you,” said Sony’s Jamaal Moore.
The PS Vita is currently being prepped for a relaunch phase, with a new model of the system, being bundled with Borderlands 2, set for release this summer.