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The once delayed Insomniac’s hybrid tower defense-action game Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault will be finally making its way to gamers when it arrives on the Playstation Store as a downloadable game for the Vita next week. Full Frontal Assault was released earlier in the year on the Playstation 3, boasting cross-play features with a Vita edition that ended up getting delayed.
Those who purchased the console version of the game will have access to a free Vita copy by selecting “Disc Benefits” in their game starting on May 22nd. Those who purchased the retail Full Frontal Assault will also get another goodie in the bag as Ratchet Deadlocked HD, an Idol Minds-developed PlayStation 3 port of the fourth PS2 entry in the Ratchet & Clank series, will also come as a free download.
A release date for the free copy of Ratchet Deadlocked HD is still as of yet unknown, with more information coming closer to release.