Gravity Rush director hints at “secret” sequel

Friday, 21st September 2012 05:03 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Gravity Rush, the gorgeous free-roaming offering which graced the Vita earlier this year, may already be in line for a sequel.

Gravity Rush scored a game of the year award at the Tokyo Game Show, which led to some slightly indiscreet Tweeting from director Keiichiro Toyama.

One contact congratulated Toyama on the game’s success with the comment “looking forward to the sequel”, according to Gematsu‘s translation.

“Thank you! I’ll do my best on the sequel,” he replied.

Naturally fans were all over that, asking whether he could confirm that a sequel was in development.

“It’s a secret,” Toyama replied, which I’m creatively reading as “yes absolutely”.

Gravity Rush released in June and has players manipulating gravity in a European-style city as they battle enemies.

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  1. Dragon246

    Hope its a vita title again.
    Just shows imo that you can make profit in 200000 copies on vita. Don’t need millions.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. CycloneFox

    I really hope, a sequel is coming. It was the game of the year for me yet. (Except for Dark Souls, maybe, as I didn’t play it last year, but this year when the PC version came. But that’s not really a game fro mthis year…)

    @1: At the moment it’s ~230k. And that’s only the retail-sells. Sony never shares how often the game sold digitaly. As the game is 5€/$ cheaper and here in europe, for example you even got one DLC pack with it for free, which is not the case with the retail-version, I suppose alot of people bought it digitally.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. lexph3re

    I would KILL for a part 2. This Game is my GoTY

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Lacobus

    Great game, but I feel a bit miffed at having to fork out another £30 to get some answers. Only a bit, seeing as I would buy a sequel based on how great the first one was anyway. give me some Answers please!

    #4 2 years ago

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