Another indie game is headed to the PlayStation Vita, with Terraria making the jump to the handheld in a few months.
Already announced for the PlayStation 3 (and Xbox 360), PC indie hit Terraria will soon have another place to call home. Sony and and 505 Games will be bringing the side-scrolling, crafting, Metroid-vania title to the Vita this summer.
The randomly generated experience already so familiar to fans will make the jump, as will the ability to play with others online. The Vita version will support up to eight simultaneous players online, and will also include competitive leaderboards.
There's no indication as to whether or not the game will support CrossBuy, let alone CrossPlay, but plenty of other recent indie games to hit the PS3 and Vita have, so it wouldn't be out of the realm of possibility. There's no firm date or price in line just yet, but the Vita (and Sony) is quickly becoming the go-to indie hotspot. That's a good thing.