FuturLab has announced Velocity Ultra, a native Vita version of its highly praised PS Minis game Velocity. Featuring a "completely overhauled" visual style, Trophies and online leaderboards, FuturLab MD James Marsden says it can be thought of "as the director's cut; everything we would have done the first time around if we'd had the budget".While there's no solid release date, the studio's "on track to submit to Sony at the beginning of April, so we are guesstimating a release date in May".
For those hoping for a sequel to the original, Marsden added: "Velocity Ultra is a way for us to establish the Velocity franchise with a wider audience, and we've got plenty more Velocity in the works.
"In fact, we've just published a Velocity Sequel Questionnaire to find out what you want to see in a sequel. If you fill it out, you could win a copy of Velocity Ultra."
Edge described the original as "a new standard bearer" for PS Minis in its 9/10 Velocity review.
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