Plenty of Vita owners went a bit weak at the knees for Gravity Rush. With that in mind, and the momentum behind the Vita as we move into the key sales season, an early sequel announcement would make a lot of sense.
So, keeping in mind any potential translation issues (we’ll get to that in a minute), it looks like we might possibly be about to get one.
This site quotes an exchange of tweets between Keiichiro Toyama, who directed the game and a fan. According to the translation here, Toyama says he’s already hard at work on the sequel.
However, a user over on NeoGAF points out that the Japanese word used by Toyama – jikaisaku – might mean more generically “next project” rather than specifically a new sequel to Gravity Rush.
The conversation comes about after Gravity Rush (Gravity Daze in Japan) won at the Japan Videogame Awards. So congratulations to all involved for that.