As promised, Sony has released the latest firmware update for the PlayStation Vita. The landmark software refresh – dubbed v2.00 – brings with it a bevy of new features, including PlayStation Plus compatibility and in-game web browsing. It also adds a new emails application to the dashboard, allows you to transfer content wirelessly between a PC, and implements a slew of general performance improvements.

You’ll be prompted to download the update when you switch on your system. Remember to set aside ten minutes or so to perform the operation, that way you can’t complain when you want to game. For more information on PlayStation Plus’ expansion to the portable, focus your peepers through here. Have you updated yet? Let us know in the comments section below.