During an interview with Famitsu, Keiichiro Toyama (head of Team Gravity) talked a bit about the development of Gravity Rush 2.
“All I can say [about the game] right now is that we’re working on it with the opinions and expectations of the users who’ve played Gravity Daze in mind.”
Furthermore, it was noted that developing Gravity Daze (the Japanese name of Gravity Rush) after spending years on the Siren games (a horror series) seemed like quite a shift in directions.
“It may look like that from the outside, but the thought process behind Siren and Gravity Daze is actually quite similar: First you create a town, then you create an observing protagonist, then you develop the game having that protagonist get involved with a big incident. The graphics are different, but the building process is the same.”
With this out of the way, he was asked what kind of game he would like to make;
“I’ve worked on horror games for so long, so I accumulate a lot of ideas that would be good in a horror game. So I would like to make another horror game.
So I’d like to take a different approach and make a download-only game. If I could make a download-only game that can be cleared in a few hours, like Journey, and offer an intense horror experience, I’d love to try something like that.”
Here is the teaser trailer for Gravity Rush 2, in case you haven’t seen it yet:
So what would you like to see from Team Gravity after Gravity Rush 2? Another sequel, an all new entry in the Siren series (on Vita) or maybe an all new IP?
Let us know in the comments.