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Sony Reveals Gravity Rush Pre-Order DLC for PlayStation Vita
Sony Product Marketing Manager Wilson Cheng has revealed Gravity Rush pre-order DLC details today for PlayStation Vita fans.
To quote: PS Vita's gravity-bending adventure, Gravity Rush, hits stores on June 12. And today I'm pleased to announce that we'll be offering exclusive access to an array of downloadable content when you pre-order the title.
Pre-order Gravity Rush at any of our participating retailers and you'll receive the Military DLC Pack featuring two extra side missions, two new challenge missions and a military-themed costume for Kat. Read on for a full description of what the Military DLC Pack has to offer.
Once you complete Episode 17 of the main story, you'll unlock the new "Game Rules" side mission. In this mission, Kat has been asked by Commander Yuri to train as a military officer.
As she trains with her rival, Seawasp, a message comes in saying that the Nevi have appeared and it is up to you to defeat them. After you clear this mission, you'll receive Kat's unique military costume!
Complete the "Game Rules" side mission and you'll be able to access a second side mission: "Visionary courage." In this mission, D'nerica has ordered for the capture of a massive amount of Nevies.
En route, a disaster strikes and Hekseville is swarmed. Amidst the chaos that ensues, Kat must decide which is more important - her mission, or her friends.
Once you've completed Episode 8 and Episode 11 of the main game, you'll also be able to access the "Factory Energy Gate Race 2" and "Slide Race in Another Dimension" challenge missions respectively.
Gravity Rush's launch is right around the corner, so be sure to take advantage of the exclusive Military DLC Pack by pre-ordering at any of our participating retailers.
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04-25-2012 #2GrandpaHomer Guest
Hmm - hope this will be in Europe too ...
04-25-2012 #3Neo Cyrus Guest
I hope the entire DLC system somehow magically dies in the future. Instead of just being able to just buy a game and get all the content now you have to either pay more bit by bit, jump through hoops or both. Instead of just offering the content they make you pre-order to get it, no surprises here.