|Gravity Rush 2|
|Developer(s)||SCE Japan Studio (Team Gravity)|
|Publisher(s)||Sony Computer Entertainment|
|First Release||(AUS) January 18, 2017|
(EU) January 18, 2017
(JP) January 19, 2017
(NA) January 20, 2017
(UK) January 20, 2017
|Genre(s)||Action-adventure, action role-playing, open world|
“Fall again… A new project from Team Gravity.”
- Promotional Line from the TGS 2013 trailer.
Gravity Rush 2, known in Japan as Gravity Daze 2, is an upcomming game and a sequel to Gravity Rush. The game is developed by SIE Japan Studio and Project Siren and is published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the Playstation 4.
The game was going to be released in Europe and Australia on November 30, 2016, except for the United Kingdom that will have the release date on the same day as North America on December 2, 2016 and in Japan on December 1, 2016, but it has been delayed.
The game will be released in Europe and Australia on January 18, 2017, except for the United Kingdom that will have the release date on the same day as North America on January 20, 2017 and in Japan on January 19, 2017.
On the 20th of September, a project which was known as 'Team Gravity Project' was announced at Tokyo Game Show 2013. It is currently in development by Team Gravity/Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Studio. Little is known about the full game but it is suggested from the trailer and promotional images to be the sequel to the original Gravity Rush with Kat returning with new powers and upgrades. It currently does not have any official release date.
During the TGS Sony Conference in 2015, Sony finally unveiled the game as Gravity Daze 2 alongside the new Gravity Rush Remaster for PS4.
- During the trailer Kat displays red aura around both of her wrists. She did not display this ability or color in the original game and could be suggesting a new power up.
- During the trailer Kat does not shift gravity as usual but instead seems to leap weightlessly. This added to the fact that she did not change colors while flying implies a new power.
- During the trailer, Kat also seems to be exploring a part of town never seen before in the original game.
- During a trailer , Kat is given two new forms, Luna Mode and Jupiter Mode. Both manipulating the effect of gravity on Kat to provide new gameplay styles.