Gravity Rush 2 Paris Games Week 2015 combat gameplayNormal, Lunar, and Jupiter combat styles showcased.
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Studio revealed first gameplay footage of Gravity Rush 2 during Sony’s Paris Games Week press conference.
The gameplay demonstrates the game’s three different combat styles, including the normal style from the first game, the lighter and quicker Lunar style, and the heavier and more powerful Jupiter style.
Gravity Rush 2 is due out for PlayStation 4 in 2016.
Get the footage and fact sheet below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.
Gravity Rush 2 is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed, gravity-shifting classic, developed exclusively for the PlayStation 4 system by SCE WWS Japan Studio. In a new story set just after the conclusion of the first game, Kat returns with her gravity-shifting partner Raven and Syd, the police officer, to investigate strange gravitational waves appearing over Hekseville. The next adventure for the gravity princess begins when Kat is swallowed by a gravity storm of unprecedented scale and taken to a remote mining village.
- Gravity-Based Action – The franchise’s famous gravity-based action mechanics have evolved with two additional styles: Lunar and Jupiter. Players can seamlessly switch between gravity styles in order to unlock a wide range of combat maneuvers.
- Jump to PS4 – Boasting larger environments, more physics effects and an expanded story, Gravity Rush 2 is a giant leap forward from its predecessor.
- Vast Open World – Enter a bright and bustling floating city, bursting with life. The colossal, multi-leveled metropolis is packed with an abundance of missions to keep Kat busy.
- Signature Art Style – France’s “bande dessinée” comic book aesthetic is blended with Japanese manga and anime influences to create a unique and beautiful atmosphere.