Gravity Rush 2 – known as Gravity Daze 2 overseas, of course – will be dated in Japan during a presentation scheduled for 19th July. The event will be hosted at Ebisu Act Square, and will begin at 14:30PM JST – about 06:30AM BST if you're in the UK. It'll be attended by series creator Keiichiro Toyama, composer Kohei Tanaka, and SIEJ chief Atsushi Morita.
In addition to the release date, the platform holder will also share info about the release's upcoming anime, while attendees will be able to play the title for the first time in Japan. There'll also be 'Gravity Drops' for everyone to take home – a candy based upon the upcoming game.
The sequel's allegedly still on track for 2016, so we reckon that it will probably deploy in December in its home nation, just like Gravity Rush Remastered. It's unlikely that we'll get a Western date during this event, but we're going to guess that it will probably drop out of the sky in early 2017 in Europe and North America – it'll get buried if it launches during the holidays, after all.