Gravity Crash Ultra will come with several features like new levels and remixed audio to the PlayStation Vita, which Just Add Water CEO Stewart Gilray called "the number one platform for the game" today on the PlayStation Blog.
The handheld version of the vector graphics shooter will run at 60 frames-per-second at the PS Vita's native resolution, Gilray wrote. Like its PlayStation 3 counterpart, Gravity Crash Ultra will include an in-game level editor, and players will be able to share their creations with the PS3 version. Just Add Water is also creating PlayStation Network leaderboards, new levels, remixed music "and a host of new visual effects" PS Vita version.
Gilray did not announce a release date. Sony revealed earlier this week at Gamescom 2013 that Gravity Crash Ultra was headed to the PlayStation Vita as part of a roster of indie titles.