The small file size isn’t too surprisingly when you consider that the original Vita game only takes up 1.3 GB in size. In the PlayStation 4 port, MediaMolecule worked together with Tarsier Studios in order to bumped up the resolution to 1080p while the frame rate has also been increased to 60 per second.
In terms of gameplay, Tearaway has been reworked to take advantage of the DualShock 4 controller as players will be able to catch and throw objects with the gamepad. The light bar can also be used as a flashlight. In total, returning fans can expect around 50 percent of new content in Unfolded.
Sony will be releasing Tearaway Unfolded on the 8th of September in both digital and physical formats in North America.