I've edited the answer to this question but the edit got rejected for "This edit changes too much in the original post; the original meaning or intent of the post would be lost". The answer as it is now is a one-liner with a link (only the link provides the answer).
I've edited in the information from the link, meaning I copied the four FAQ answers from here and put them in formatted just as the source, keeping the source link.
Then I also found the answer to the question for the Vita in case it's not being played on PC and put it in there as well as a short paragraph, from the same source website in the same format. I didn't want to make it a new answer, because I didn't want to take the right link from an already existing answer and just copy the source for myself, and as I was already editing I thought I could just also put in the short extra information.
So in the end, instead of a one-liner, there was the source information in case the link dies sometime and a short explanation for what to look out on Vita.
I did not change the original intent of the answer, as I just copied in the source plus a short Vita tip. Isn't that what's supposed to be done when someone only posts a link with no explanation? Or should I post that as a new answer instead? But that didn't feel right to me. Should I maybe have answered the Vita part seperately?
edit: Here's the link to the edit so you can see for yourself what I did: https://gaming.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/96140