Returning to the seat of the Quarp Jet, a space fighter capable of teleporting, players can expect to blast their way through hundreds of enemies at break neck speeds, fighting against the clock as well as the evil alien Zetachron.
In addition to the normal gameplay styles, Futurlab have also added some new flavour to the game, with boss battles against large enemy ships and side-scrolling platform elements. Shown in their recent trailer, the player is seen to battling a boss structure before teleporting inside of it. Inside, the player is then able to run through the halls of the damaged ship, blasting and destroying as she goes. My main issue with Velocity Ultra stemmed from the lack of gameplay changes in the later part of the game and both of these additions should add depth to the Velocity series.
Velocity 2X will be available on the Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita from the 2nd of September in North America and from the 3rd in the United Kingdom.
You can read some of my impressions of Velocity Ultra here