Velocity Devs Futurlab Sign Deal With PlayStation

[drop2]FuturLab, developers of the award winning PlayStation minis title Velocity has signed a groundbreaking deal with Sony, seeing the platform holder provide funds for the development of content for PlayStation Vita in 2013, with the studio keeping control of its IP.

“We’re incredibly excited to be working closely with PlayStation over the next year,” said James Marsden, FuturLab’s Managing Director, “bringing our particular brand of twitchy fun to the PlayStation Vita.”


“Sony has provided a great package that means we retain full control of our IP, which is a perfect deal for us.”

Shahid Ahmad, Senior Business Development Manager at SCEE that the company was “particularly pleased to be working with FuturLab to bring new and exciting games to PlayStation Vita,” saying “FuturLab has a unique and fun approach to entertainment and we see their games as being a fantastic addition to the ever growing catalogue of PS Vita games.”

“The devil is in the details,” Marsden said in the press release.



  1. Nice. Can’t wait to see what they do

  2. Great news,

    Velocity proved this is a studio that’s going places.

    I hope this is actually a Vita game rather than a Playstation Mobile title though- PS Mobile isn’t available in many countries, including my own Ireland so I’ve missed out on the last few. :(

    I want to buy them!

  3. Congrats Futurlab. This guys are awesome, they follow me on twitter. Also I’m sure their new game is out this week too.

  4. A new game? Notice when you put all the bold letters in the press release together you’ll get the following website:

  5. Superb, those guys convey their enthusiasm and passion so well, they deserve their success!

    • Agreed completely. Best of luck to the guys. What a lovely deal to sign before Christmas. Definitely something to celebrate.

  6. Great stuff, Velocity is a cracking game, more longevity and better quality than a lot more of the expensive stuff available on the PSN

  7. I can’t wait to see what these guys come up with next.

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