Gravity Ghost is headed to PS4 with some new content


Erin Robinson's first console game

Gravity Ghost released early this year, and I thought it was a touching tale alongside its entertaining zen gameplay. Though it was well received critically, its audience has been limited to those playing on PCs. Soon, that potential audience will grow, as the physics platformer will be making its way to the PlayStation 4.

The PS4 version will come with a sampling of new content to supplement what we have already seen: a new set of challenge levels, three additional musical tracks by Ben Prunty (FTL: Faster Than Light), and an unlockable playable character. I'm curious about that last one, given what it takes to be a gravity ghost. Namely, death. I'm holding out hope that we get to play as the fox, with a long, luxurious tail in the place of protagonist Iona's hair.

Gravity Ghost's PS4 release date is still to be determined.

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