Gravity Rush 2: How To Unlock Additional Costumes

Just like in the original game, Gravity Rush 2 allows players to acquire a number of additional costumes for the protagonist Kat. This guide will show you exactly how to unlock these costumes and what prerequisite conditions need to be completed to do so.

Right off the bat we would just like to tell you that in Gravity Rush 2 these are purely cosmetic items that only change the way Kat looks, and do not actually have any effect on the gameplay. That being said, who doesn’t like to switch up the way their character looks.

In total, there are 16 costumes in the game for players to unlock. Three of these, the Military Uniform, the Maid outfit and the Spy costume, return from the original Gravity rush and as such need you to import a save file from the first game.

And since the first game was originally released on the PlayStation Vita and then ported to the PlayStation 4, we’re going to assume that you can only import a save file from the remastered version of the game. If we’re wrong, let us know in the comments below.

The full list of costumes can be found below:

TitleDescriptionHow To Acquire
Shifter 2.0The default costume.Default
White KatA white variant of the default costume.Pre-order bonus
Military UniformA buttoned up military coat.Import Gravity Rush save
Maid OutfitA maid costume.Import Gravity Rush save
Spy CostumeA Catsuit with goggles and a tail.Import Gravity Rush save
Jazz Singer CostumeA red dress with red shoes.
Mining OutfitA white vest with shorts.
Nurse CostumeA nurse uniform.
School UniformA school uniform similar to the original game.
Waitress UniformA striped shirt with orange shorts and a hat.
PSO2 Crazy Kitten CostumeA costume based on a Phantasy Star Online 2 design.

As it may be obvious from the list above, the information to obtain all of the costumes is currently not available. We will be updating this article as we continue to find out more.

Released on 18th January 2017, Gravity Rush 2 is available now on the PlayStation 4.

Huzaifah Durrani

Writer at GearNuke. Spends his days reading Deadpool comics and obsessing over the Elder Scrolls franchise.

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