Creative Director Talks More About Gravity Rush 2

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Gravity Rush 2

In a talk with the PlayStation Blog, the creative director of Gravity Rush 2 gave some more details about the PlayStation 4 exclusive. The director, Keiichiro Toyoma started off by saying that he appreciated all the interest the game received from the trailer at the PlayStation Press Conference. He went on to say that the game is going to follow the development of Kat as she matures during the course of the story.

Toyoma also talked about one reason why they jumped from the Vita to the PS4 saying “We wanted to do everything bigger and better — more volume and space”. According to him “The map is two-and-a-half to three times bigger than the first game”. Even with the bigger size of the game, Toyoma also said that little details in the world weren’t going to be overlooked.

The creative director mentioned that the tone of the game will be upbeat and vibrant. Saying that “It may have been a bit too strange having the story go too dark”. A fan of Kamen Rider, Toyoma went on to say “You’ll see even more elements of that in the game. You can also see the Sailor Moon influences, especially when the characters in the game are doing their finishing moves and dynamic poses”.

If you’re interested you can take a look at our impressions of the game during this year’s E3.


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