Developers of Gravity Rush 2 would like to extend their apologies to the fans. In a normal human way, this would entail shaking the hands of the person they’ve wronged. While for developers, saying sorry would mean getting free new downloadable content (DLC) for its legion of devoted fans.
Director Keiichiro Toyama On Another Story: The Ark Of Time
Toyama shared recently in an interview with Famitsu as translated by Gematsu that his team is planning to release the Gravity Rush 2 DLC for free. He explained that Another Story: The Ark of Time – Raven’s Choice will let the gamers play the role of Raven. This is just in time for when it launches in March.
He shared that the DLC will revolve around the ark, which was left at the previous game. Initially, Toyama and his team wanted to add the upcoming DLC plot to the main story of Gravity Rush 2. However, they decided to remove it since new players of the game may not understand this story arc. In addition, playing the additional DLC is estimated at five hours. This means more game time, fans!
The Future Of Gravity Rush
When asked about the future of the game, the director said that he wanted all things fresh. Even more, he stressed that the development of the next Gravity Rush game will depend on the most advanced hardware, maximizing the limits of new technology.
The sequel of Gravity Rush is an upcoming action-adventure title. Known as Gravity Daze 2 in Japan, it is made by the overly creative brains of SIE Japan Studio and Project Siren. The game features the three gravity styles: the original gravity simulation from the first game, Lunar, and Jupiter. Lunar increases the buoyancy of its predecessor named Kat. Furthermore, it increases her ability to jump higher. Meanwhile, Jupiter does the exact opposite of Lunar which makes her heavier. However, her hit power is given one level up because the pull gives it more impact.
The incredibly colorful world of Gravity Rush will be available on January 20. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.