If you're enjoying the gravity-bending mechanics of Gravity Rush 2, but feel a change of wardrobe is in order for your next flight over the skies of Hekseville, Jirga Para Lhao or the Banga settlement, then look no further than our #guide. We've come up with a detailed guide to unlocking all the available costumes in #GravityRush2.
Unlocking All Of Kat's Additional Costumes In 'Gravity Rush 2'
Gravity Rush 2 has a number of additional costumes to unlock for our heroine Kat, some are pre-order bonuses, others are for loyal fans who played the original game and a number of new costumes are exclusive to the sequel.
All of the costumes are purely cosmetic and have no effect on gameplay. So we've organized them by their unlock requirements to make the task of completing your collection easier.
- Default Costumes
- Gravity Rush Remastered Costumes
- Gravity Rush 2 Exclusive Costumes
- DLC Costumes
Do or do not; there is no try when it comes to unlocking this costume.
Shifter 2.0 is Kat's default costume throughout Gravity Rush 2, a black ensemble with a yellow trim. The design varies depending on the form Kat is using in combat.
'Gravity Rush Remastered' Costumes
Users who picked up a copy of Gravity Rush Remastered for PlayStation 4 will be able to import their save to unlock the DLC costumes that were added to the original.
Not only is the Military Uniform stylish, but it's practical too! Tying Kat's flowing locks into a neat bun and avoiding any trailing threads that could easily be caught in flight, it's a great choice—"No capes!"
If you're dying to see Kat dust your dishes, french maid style, then this is the costume for you.
And the award for most impractical spy costume goes to... KAT! Short of playing the part of a femme fatale, this suit is pretty impractical for the actual art of spying. It does have a tail though, which suggests someone took the name 'catsuit' a bit too literally.
'Gravity Rush 2' Exclusive Costumes
Now we're on to something! If you didn't pre-order the game or play the original, here are the costumes you can unlock when playing Gravity Rush 2.
This alluring number is perfect for a night on the town or at the local karaoke bar, which is where you'll unlock the Jazz Singer outfit. All you need to do is complete the Like a Radio mission and it will become available permanently as a costume.
During the opening act of Gravity Rush 2, Kat loses her memories and is sent to a mining outpost to work. She dons these simple clothes during her time there, once she recovers her powers she defaults to the Shifter 2.0 outfit.
After that you're given the option to purchase the mining outfit for 300 Dusty Tokens, which are earned through treasure hunts, photos and optional challenges.
Upon returning to Hekseville you can take up the side quest "A Legend is Born", this quest-line is brought to a close with Kat doing some stunt work as the Battle Nurse, after which you'll have permanently unlocked the outfit.
School Uniform 1.0
The School Uniform 1.0 can be purchased for 2,000 Dusty Tokens and is a revamped version of the costume awarded for completing the original Gravity Rush.
School Uniform 2.0
The School Uniform is another side quest-related costume and is unlocked at the resolution of the "Forbidden Games." You'll enjoy the quest a little more if you pay close attention to the ritual being performed!
The Waitress Uniform is unlocked after a series of food stall-related challenges that start with the mission "Hands Up, Hands Out." Throughout the missions, Kat hands out food stall flyers before eventually throwing them at the cart in the mission "Come One, Come All."
Super Star Costume
This outfit is available from a side quest in Hekseville "Find the Idol," during which Kat dresses up as Poterie Doll and has to lure fans away from the real idol without getting caught.
Shifter 1.0 Costume
The Shifter 1.0 costume is one of the most expensive in the game, costing an extravagant 5000 Dusty Tokens. You'll have to invest a fair amount of time to pick this one up.
Kali (Angel) Costume
The Kali (Angel) costume sees Kat posing as one of the side characters in Gravity Rush 2 to sell ice cream—yes really. This is a side quest in Hekseville called "An Angel Named Double-Cross" and will be unlocked when you finish the mission.
You'll also be rewarded with the Ice Cream and Kali Pose gestures after finishing this mission, just avoid letting any passers by realize you're an imposter.
Currently there's only one downloadable costume, though if Gravity Rush 2 follows in its predecessor's footsteps expect some additional mission DLC that comes with an associated costume. There's already talk of a Nier: Automata-inspired costume coming down the line.
Shifter 2.0 (White)
The recolored Shifter 2.0 costume is a pre-order exclusive for the Gravity Rush 2 digital edition. A number of specific retailers also have codes for this costume, so your shopping mileage may vary.
Battle Panty Outfit—I mean the Phantasy Star Online 2 "Crazy Kitten" Outfit
Well, speaking of things that are certainly out of place in the Gravity Rush universe, the Crazy Kitten outfit is the result of a collaboration with Phantasy Star Online 2.
The outfit is downloadable content for the Japanese version of the game, which includes some other fun stuff:
- A “Rappy” Photo Item
- A “Phantasy Star Online 2 Container” Photo Item
There's currently no announced date for the Crazy Kitten costume to become available in the West, which may not be overly surprising considering that Phantasy Star Online 2 was never released here. But you never know!
Did you know there was a short two part anime created to bridge the gap between Gravity Rush and the events of the sequel?
Originally written by Chris Leonhardt.