Eastasiasoft got in touch with us this morning confirming that the Vita version of the PS3 shooter Soldner-X2 will be releasing later this month.

Available from March 17th in North America and the following day in Europe, we have been told to expect a PERFECT console port, running at 60 frames per second and with “next to no” load times. The game also features a new trophy set and new high score tables.

Not sure what Soldner-X2 is? Check out this launch trailer!

“Everyone on the team is a huge fan of the PS Vita, so we’re really happy to be releasing another game for the system,” said Marcus Pukropski, CEO of SideQuest Studios. “We’re confident that our fans will enjoy this console perfect port and are looking forward to seeing some fierce high score battles online.”

Originally released on PlayStation 3, Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype delivers a “must-have” shoot’ em up experience, blending classic gameplay with astonishing audio-visuals. Gameplay features include up to 10 action-packed stages, a dynamic score-linked difficulty system, a challenge mode that allows players to unlock bonus features and rewards, online high score tables and replay file sharing, devastating limit attacks, an adrenaline pumping soundtrack with 30 unique tracks, and much more.

The game will cost $9.99/€9.99/£7.99 when it launches. If you are looking forward to this and are eager for even more, releasing alongside the core game will be Soldner-X2: Final Prototype – The Last Chapter DLC, offering additional stages, 13 challenges and 11 new trophies. The Last Chapter will be cost $4.99/€4.99/£3.99 and a bundle containing game and add-on will be priced at $12.99/€12.99/£9.99. All versions support Cross-Buy functionality.

Will you be grabbing this?

For more information, stay tuned to The Vita Lounge or check out the official website.

  • Rodolfo Ferreira

    I used to play 1945 on the Arcades and spend countless hours on it.
    Man, that was fun! I’m glad the SideQuest team have brought the fans this amazing gift, I just don’t want to stumble upon some touchscreen bullshit. This game’s all about the physical buttons.

    So yeah, I’ll be grabbing this one for sure. Matter of fact I’ve just added it to my wishlist >:-)