Dress as Nier: Automata’s Main Character With Gravity Rush 2 DLC Costume Pack

Gravity Rush 2 DLC

Players of both Nier: Automata and Gravity Rush 2 are in for a treat. A new DLC costume pack is available for the latter, and it allows gamers to dress as the main character from the former. Inspired by the recent release of Automata, the Gravity Rush 2 DLC offers up a couple costumes so fans can dress up Kat like 2B. The pack includes costumes with and without a visor. The best part about all of this? It’s free!

With the recent release of Nier: Automata‘s own additional content, the Gravity Rush 2 DLC costume pack could not have come at a more fitting time. 3C3C1D119440927, which was released earlier this week for Automata, provides players with new costumes, items, and more importantly, the ability to fight new bosses – the CEOs of Square Enix and Platinum Games. While the Gravity Rush 2 DLC may not be as exciting as fighting real-life people in-game, it’s still a nice nod to a fellow PlayStation 4 release. Check out the costume below:

As stated above, the Gravity Rush 2 DLC costume pack is entirely free, and it can be found here. For those of you who may not be into Nier: Automata or the 2B pack, a separate Dark Angel costume is also available for free. While Gravity Rush 2 is only on PS4, Automata can be played on the Sony console as well as PC. Both titles are available right now.

What do the gamers of the world have to say? Have you already downloaded the new Gravity Rush 2 DLC costume pack? Do you enjoy being able to see Kat as 2B, or do you fancy the Dark Angel costume? Which characters would you like to see Kat be able to dress as in the future? Drop a thought or two in the comments section below! As always, be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7. If it is more reading that you’re needing, check out the following:

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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.

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