Energy Hook creator Jamie Fristrom wrote yesterday that the game would head to PlayStation consoles "first." It turns out the developer meant it would launch on PS4 and Vita simultaneously with PC, Mac and Linux, the platforms the game was originally funded on Kickstarter for.

Fristrom said as much to Rock Paper Shotgun, in that he "meant first of the consoles - I realize now that was really murky. [Day-one launch] will be concurrent with PC." The game earned $41,535 on Kickstarter in June 2013, and Fristrom's backers already have access to the game's PC beta version, which was updated in December.

Energy Hook will arrive this year, and bring along with it rooftop-to-rooftop swinging action in the same vein as the Activision game Fristrom helped design, Spider-Man 2.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.