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Gravity Rush 2

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Title Screen

Gravity Rush 2

Also known as: Gravity Daze 2 (JP)
Developers: SIE Japan Studio, Project Siren
Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Platform: PlayStation 4
Released in JP: January 19, 2017
Released in US: January 20, 2017
Released in EU: January 18, 2017
Released in AU: January 18, 2017

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

Gravity Rush 2 was supposed to be another one of Vita's most popular exclusive titles... until it was exclusively ported to PlayStation 4.

Unused Graphics


A placeholder background image that makes its triumphant return from Gravity Rush. This version matches Vita's resolution, rather than being resized to power-of-2 values. This version is also missing text on the top right-hand corner.


A tiny debug screenshot was left in the game. The very top left corner shows a framerate counter, which appears to be over 30 at the time of capture. Below that, we can see a neat debug menu with various options:

  • Debug Sound Info = OFF
  • Globals >
  • Player >
  • Entity List >
  • Entity Perf >
  • CheckPoint >
  • Physics Debugger >
  • => Screenshot >>>

Gravity-Rush-2-chara temporaryplate 01.png

A temporary image for characters.


A leftover debug font. Click the image to see the full size version.

Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-Face-Texture.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-Body-Texture.png

Placeholder textures for faces and bodies, respectively. The face texture is stretched quite badly while the body texture is handwritten with care.


Yet another temporary image, this time for visual effcet effects.

Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-01.png Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-02.png Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-03.png Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-04.png

Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-05.png Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-06.png Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-07.png Gravity-Rush-2-Dummy-08.png

Dummy icons of some sort.

Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-01.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-02.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-03.png

Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-04.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-05.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-06.png

Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-07.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-08.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-09.png

Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-10.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-11.png Gravity-Rush-2-Placeholder-DLC-12.png

Twelve placeholder images for DLC. These are copies of images used for the credits sequence, with text overlaid and colors inverted.


A placeholder in-game screenshot. "02" is written on the top left corner.

Gravity-Rush-2-Reflection-Test-1.png Gravity-Rush-2-Reflection-Test-2.png

Two test reflection textures.


A texture for a temporary treasure box object.

Gravity-Rush-2-Truck-UVMap.png Gravity-Rush-2-Truck-UVMap2.png

Two UV map textures for trucks.


Concept art stored as a model texture file. This appears alongside the object's actual texture.


Concept art embedded within an object's texture file.


It's... Knack. Why not.

(Source: Ehm, xdaniel, RegularPanties)