Velocity 2X is the sci-fi platformer and shoot ’em-up in one adventure, available now for PS Vita and PS4!
This critically acclaimed sequel to Velocity Ultra weaves together two classic game formats into one seamless adventure, featuring puzzle-platforming action alongside award-winning top-down shoot ’em-up gameplay!
"Everything that a game should be." - Push Square
"One of the best games on PS4." - Polygon
"Velocity 2X successfully builds upon the speed of the original with its awesome new side-scrolling sections." - IGN
"A truly triumphant must-have title." - Official PlayStation Magazine
"Velocity 2X is interactive poetry." - GameSpot
"Aglow with ambition, ideas and design smarts. A modern shoot-’em-up perfected." - Pocket Gamer
Engage the Quarp Drive teleport to outsmart the enemy in race-tuned space combat, then dock your ship, jump out and run around on foot to infiltrate enemy bases. Once you’ve disabled internal defences, jump back into the Quarp Jet and continue your mission!
Velocity 2X takes the same approach to great gameplay design that made Velocity Ultra so much fun, and applies it to a puzzle-platforming adventure too, making Velocity 2X twice the twitchy fun!
Velocity 2X brings everything that worked wonders in the first game to a side-scrolling platformer too. You can expect to enjoy the following:
Velocity 2X is a huge step up from Ultra. We threw out the old code and started again from scratch targeting next generation hardware. We hired AAA engine and visual effects programmers to bring a highly polished modern feel to a classic genre, and we’ve pushed our house art style to the next level.
Joris de Man is back on board to provide audio and music, and whereas Velocity Ultra had a handful of music tracks, Velocity 2X features a full soundtrack.
It’s a leap forward in production value whilst keeping one foot firmly in our retro roots.
Velocity 2X features a much richer story, and whilst we can’t reveal much about it yet, you can get a taste from the Apex Predator prologue below…
Now I remember.
As the ship hull screeched and ruptured under ferocious pressure, I watched in detached wonder as automated cabling tore into my wrist and snaked inside my arm.
Overstressed medical tech must have fought to keep me alive, desperate for raw materials, and did the only thing it could – it fused us together, feeding oxygen into my veins, recycling my blood.
The ship and I were united for the journey through the wormhole, but now someone has crudely separated us. Do they mean to heal me, or finish what they started?
I should be horrified by what has happened to me but I’m strangely calm, and I have hope to cling to.