'Gravity Rush 2' An Energized Prequel Will Be Released Before The Official Launched; A Solitary Player Activity Experience Diversion!

By Beverly V. , Updated Dec 22, 2016 09:55 AM EST
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The build up couldn't get any higher as another trailer has quite recently been released to promote "Gravity Rush 2". An animated prequel film is set to be released soon that will conquer any hindrance in the stories between the two computer games.

After a long hold up, the continuation of the gravity-opposing computer game has been at long last affirmed and will soon hit the stores. Beside "Gravity Rush 2", which is likewise referred to as "Gravity Daze 2" in Japan, Sony has uncovered that an energized prequel will be released before the official dispatch of the said game. To promote both improvements, PlayStation Japan dropped an exceptional trailer highlighting the anime prequel titled, "Gravity Rush: The Animation - Overture".

The previously mentioned trailer included the principle characters from the game specifically Kat, Raven, and Syd. Studio Khara is in charge of the making of the said anime, which will showcase the occasions that happened between "Gravity Rush" and "Gravity Rush 2," since the last will be set in a later and more extensive timetable. The computer game spin-off will get where the primary diversion left and will include all the more new situations wore in ethnic climates said to be motivated from spots in South America and Southeast Asia for the player to investigate. "Gravity Rush: The Animation - Overture" will make its debut on TV Tokyo on Dec. 25.

In spite of the fact that it has yet to be declared whether the said animated prequel will be released on printed versions or not, it has as of now been reported that the primary print restricted version of "Gravity Rush 2" will incorporate the Blu-beam circle duplicate of "Gravity Rush: The Animation - Overture."

The said computer game, which is a solitary player activity experience diversion, will only be accessible on PlayStation 4 and it will be released in January 2017 beginning in Australia and Europe and will then be made accessible in Japan, North America, and the United Kingdom.

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