Velocity Ultra coming to PC for the holidays

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 5 November 2013 10:57 GMT

Velocity Ultra developer Curve Studios has confirmed that it’s working closely with original creator FuturLab to bring the PS Vita title to PC in time for Christmas.

It follows confirmation that Velocity Ultra will also come to PS3 later this year.

In a press release sent to VG247 today, Curve also teased, “we’ll have an announcement about the recently announced PS3 version very soon.”

The scrolling shooter has received strong critical praise since it launched on PS Vita. In a statement, Curve Studios managing director, Jason Perkins said, “Bringing Velocity Ultra to the PC is a project we’re really proud to be involved with. Vertical shooters are a genre that has traditionally been under-served on the PC – despite a huge demand for interesting, unique shooters on the platform – and Velocity is one of the best ever made.”

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