Gravity Rush 2 Release Update: January 2017 Release Gives Way To Pokemon Sun & Moon? Free Premium DLC Confirmed

Gravity Rush 2 was initially thought to be released before the end of the year by SIE Japan Studio and Project Siren. However recent reports revealed that the game will not be released until next year. The initial release date for the game is on Dec. 2 and will be released for PlayStation 4.

A Renka Schedule report revealed that the release date of Gravity Rush 2 has been moved to Jan. 19 in Japan, NeoGAF revealed. It follows that the game will be released later in the first quarter of 2017 in the US if rumors are true. Rumor has it that the release date was moved to avoid competing with the year-end big releases for 2016. It should be noted that several upcoming titles are slated for release from November to December. The forthcoming games are known to have a big fan base as well and up-and-coming series like Gravity Rush.

During this time, the highly-anticipated "Pokemon Sun and Moon" and "Final Fantasy 15" will also be launched. Moreover, the much-awaited "The Last Guardian" will also be released. An official statement had already been released online unveiling the new release date of Jan. 20, 2017. The statement revealed that since Gravity Rush 2 is the conclusion of Kat's journey, gamers need more time to dive deep into the protagonist's story.

Meanwhile, Gravity Rush 2 protagonist Kat has been known to be of a modest character. Her boobs are sensibly sized and realistically animated and has always been a girl power icon. Kat is also featured in PlayStation All-Stars where she was featured against several powerful male characters.

Gravity Rush 2 reportedly made Kat do something out of character. A new side mission will require players to take photos of beautiful women for an older man and Kat will not be excused. The side mission was believed to be something that Kat's character would refuse to do much more help out with. Watch Gravity Rush 2 - NEW HEIGHTS Trailer | PS4

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