Don't Starve: Giant Edition is coming to Vita

Klei is "working on the final steps" of the PS4 DLC.

Klei Entertainment's gothic survivalist roguelike Don't Starve is coming to Vita along with its Reign of Giants expansion in Don't Starve: Giant Edition.

As such, you'll have 11 characters to choose from with seasonal challenges. Since this is being ported to Vita, Klei is adding touch-based control options for navigating menus, maps, items and crafting.

The developer noted on the PlayStation Blog that it's "working on the final steps" of bringing the Reign of Giants expansion to PS4.

Recently, Klei announced that it would be bringing multiplayer to Don't Starve as a free update.

Our expert contributor Dan Whitehead was rather fond of Don't Starve upon its PS4 release earlier this year, though he found it never quite recaptured the magic he felt from it in its opening hours. "While the game starts to falter in the long term, fans of hardcore roguelike adventures and uncompromising survival gameplay alike won't go hungry," he wrote in his Don't Starve review.

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