Fri, Aug 23, 2013 | 17:20 BST
Gravity Crash Ultra coming to Vita with new levels, remixed soundtrack and more
Gravity Crash Ultra is heading to PlayStation Vita soon, as you know, and according to Just Add Water, the side-scrolling space shooter has been given a few extras to tempt you.
According to PS Blog post by company CEO Stewart Gilray, the native Vita version of Gravity Crash will retain 60 frames a second and graphics will run at full 960 x 544 resolution and comes with the built-in level editor.
“To us, PS Vita is the number one platform for the game – the bite-sized level design and clear structure making it the ideal game to play on your daily commute, and the Vita’s controls – with the dual analogues and touch-screen – allow for pixel-perfect precision,” said Gilray.
“Not only will players be able to craft their own devious levels with the same tools we’ve utilize in making the game, but you’ll also be able to share them with owners of the PlayStation 3 game.”
Levels will be shareable online, and PSN leaderboards for each of the game’s main levels are being worked on as well.
Extra content includes new levels, newly remixed music from original composer CoLD SToRAGE, tweaked weaponry and many new new visual effects.
A date wasn’t provided, other than “soon.” Enjoy the screenshots below.