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3G Vita Buyers Get Super Stardust Delta For Free

Posted on Monday, February 13 @ 18:46:41 Eastern by

Picking up a 3G/Wi-Fi PlayStation Vita in the next week? Did you go with one of the day 1 bundles because of the included memory card and the free PSN download? That bonus got a lot less vague today when Sony revealed that 3G Vita owners would be receiving a free download of Super Stardust Delta and its DLC pack when they activate their complimentary 3G data pass.

The news comes after about a month of free-game teasing. You might have thought the free download would come as a voucher on the PSN, but Sony and AT&T seem to have made all the deciding for you. Don't worry, we approve.

The free game download comes with First Edition bundles of the PlayStation Vita and with the Standard Edition 3G/Wifi Model Vita. The former lands in your hands February 15th while the latter will touch down February 22nd.

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