Sony is planning to switch off its Gravity Rush 2 online servers in the very near future - and we've known that for some time. But as the big day nears, fans are mounting a campaign for Sony to hold fire.
Gravity Rush 2 will soon let you dress up physics-manipulating heroine Kat as Nier: Automata star 2B.
Sony's releasing a Gravity Rush 2 demo tonight.
Sony has pushed back the release of Gravity Rush 2 from this December to early next year, with the game's director Keiichiro Toyama citing the landscape for new games at the tail end of this year for the delay.
Gravity Rush 2 launches on PlayStation 4 in the UK on 2nd December 2016, Sony has announced.
Gravity Rush 2, the PS4-exclusive sequel to the Vita-exclusive open-world platformer, has been detailed in some new footage demonstrated at Sony's Paris Games Week press conference.
This time around player character Kat can not only change the direction of gravity, but manipulate how it works as well by toggling between three different styles. Aside from regular gravity, there's Lunar style where Kat is lighter and quicker, and in Jupiter style Kat falls slower, but weighs more and does more damage.
Each gravity style includes its own combat combos and players will be able to switch between the different styles at will.
Sony has announced Gravity Rush 2 for PlayStation 4. The sequel was announced quietly a couple of years ago at the Tokyo Game Show but with no platform attached.
Gravity Rush 2 will arrive sometime next year and appears to have co-op, judging by a trailer shown at the 2015 Tokyo Game Show this morning. Otherwise the flying, third-person action mayhem of Gravity Rush is intact, and in impressive colour and style.
Sony also announced that Gravity Rush 1, a Vita game we loved, will come to PS4 courtesy of HD remaster supremo Bluepoint Games. All DLC released on Vita will be included in the game. Gravity Rush Remastered will be released in Europe 10th February 2016.