Switch Galaxy Ultra headed to PS4, Vita at 60FPS – first trailer

Friday, 23rd August 2013 00:33 GMT By Brenna Hillier

As announced during Sony’s gamescom press briefing, Switch Galaxy Ultra is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita. Here’s the first trailer, as well as details of the indie racer.

Like Switch Galaxy, the PlayStation Mobile title on which it is based, Switch Galaxy Ultra is sort of a racer and sort of an arcade reflex game – it reminds me of Flick Pig, and the trailer below gives the best explanation.

On the PlayStation Blog, developer Atomicom said the new version has new assets, a re-designed HUD and menu, new features, new levels, more ships, more power-ups and various improvements.

The most notable improvement is that the game will run in 60 FPS, despite a visual upgrade. There’s also a story sequence told in comic strips, courtesy of Darren Douglas, a Judge Dredd cover artist who worked on every Wipeout game. It introduces two new characters, Vince and Amur, and has a licensed soundtrack, although Atomicom isn’t ready to discuss which DJs it’s signed.



  1. pcbros

    Thought this would play like WipeOut :(

    #1 1 year ago
  2. DarkElfa

    So they ripped off Audiosurf?

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Kabby

    Makes 60fps game. Posts blocky 30fps footage on youtube.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. lookingglass

    LOL. You know in the movies when the poor kids get some knock-off Christmas present and are super excited? They all hang out and are having a blast. Then their one rich friend shows up with the real deal… And the poor kids are like, “Oh.” And they look at his toy and it’s painted and metal, then they each look at their toy and it’s plastic with stickers?


    PS4 = plastic with stickers

    #4 1 year ago
  5. pcbros

    This game belongs on my iPhone, not a console. Dissappointed.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. Lloytron

    #5 this is a mobile game that has been revamped for all Sony gaming platforms – its a multi platform Indie game basically. That analogy is irrelevant.

    #6 1 year ago

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