Spanish publisher BadLand Games and developer FuturLab signed a deal to release Velocity 2X in boxed editions on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.
The award-winning title is a mix between a side-scrolling platformer and a top-down shooter, and it challenges players to help a woman named Kai Tana infiltrate enemy bases. Velocity 2X was originally released in 2014.
Via this new partnership, players will soon be able to purchase Velocity 2X: Critical Mass Edition for PlayStation 4, and Velocity 2X: Standard Edition for PS Vita.
The Velocity 2X: Critical Mass Edition for PlayStation 4 will contain the following items:
- Velocity 2X game
- Daily Sprint DLC
- Critical Urgency DLC — includes six extra levels
- Dual Core DLC — includes 10 extra levels
- Behind the scenes, making of videos
- Soundtrack CD by Joris de Man
- Exclusive studio booklet
Meanwhile, the Velocity 2X: Standard Edition for PS Vita will contain the Velocity 2X game, as well as a PSN DLC code for Velocity Ultra on PS Vita.
Both boxed versions of Velocity 2X are expected to launch in the second quarter of 2017.