Hello, PlayStation fans! Gravity Rush 2 stunned E3 visitors with an action-packed hands-on demo featuring a glimpse at the game’s massive, intricately-detailed environments, and expanded, gravity-defying action.
Today I’m excited to announce that Gravity Rush 2 will be dropping (no pun intended) this year on December 2. Those who pre-order the game from participating retailers will receive alternate white costume DLC for Kat, as well as the Select Soundtrack featuring nine tracks from the game. Pre-Order on PlayStation Store starting August 2 and get an instant reward of 10 PSN avatars from the game.
Can you feel that rumble? That’s the rippling swell of anticipation for Gravity Rush 2 on PS4, coming off the back of its superb E3 showing.
Hi everyone! Golden Week is Japan’s national holiday break, and we’re celebrating at PlayStation Store with up to 50 percent off Japan-inspired games and movies. PlayStation Plus members receive up to 75 percent off.
In addition, for the first time in franchise history, we’re releasing the Gravity Rush soundtrack today on PlayStation Store! The Gravity Rush Remastered Original Soundtrack on PS4 contains all 47 tracks from the original game (total running time 1 hour and 49 minutes) beautifully crafted by legendary composer Kohei Tanaka.
Gravity Rush Remastered, an upgraded version of the highly acclaimed PlayStation Vita hit, is officially making its way to PS4 on February 9th, 2016.
Yo! I’m excited to finally announce that our first wave of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale DLC will be available February 12th. Here’s what to expect.
Kat graces PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale with her presence, as an up-close melee fighter who utilizes her ability to manipulate gravity to turn the tide in battle. Players who enjoyed Gravity Rush on PS Vita know that Kat loves to bend gravity to allow her to dash, slide, and fly from one place to another, and her All-Stars incarnation is no exception. Those who enjoy AP burst combos and varied mobility will definitely gravitate towards Kat.
Emmett Graves from Starhawk joins the fray!
Have you ever wondered what dev teams do after a game goes gold? If all is going well, often times they get down to business with DLC. And in fact that’s exactly what we have begun.
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