Gravity Rush The Animation ~Ouverture~ Trailer is Everything We Hoped For

Our favorite gravity-defying hero, Kat, is breaking into 2017 in a big way with Gravity Rush 2 and her very own Anime series. This is a long time coming for fans of the original Gravity Rush when it first launched on PS Vita in 2012, the game already felt like a playable anime show. Gravity Rush The Animation ~Ouverture~ takes place between the events of Gravity Rush 1 and Gravity Rush 2.

Story details are a bit scarce at the moment but the team behind the show includes original creator Keiichiro Toyama and Kohei Tanaka doing the music. The studio is Studio Khara most known for Black Rock Shooter and Persona 4: The Animation.

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