Keiichiro Toyama teasing Gravity Rush sequel?

Director says he'll do his best on the continuation.

Gravity Rush was given the game of the year award today at the Tokyo Game Show’s Japan Game Awards. Naturally, fans of the game flocked to director Keiichiro Toyama’s Twitter account to say congratulations.

“Congratulations! Looking forward to a sequel,” said one fan.

“Thank you! I’ll do my best on the sequel” responded Toyama.

Another fan, to clarify, asked if that meant a sequel was in development. Toyama responded, “It’s a secret.”

Gravity Rush first launched for PlayStation Vita this February in Japan. It debuted in North America and Europe four months later.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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