Gravitar: Recharged Gets an Official Launch Date (All Platforms)

Gravitar: Recharged Gets an Official Launch Date (All Platforms)

Atari invites you to revisit (or experience for the first time) the golden age of gaming through the retro reimagining Gravitar: Recharged, coming to all platforms on June 2, 2022. Get your key requests in today to prepare an embargoed scored review or share some early preview impressions — or both!

You’re again transported to the golden age of gaming in Atari’s sixth installment in the popular Atari Recharged series. This time, you’re a fearless ship captain tasked with exploring galaxies far off in the depths of outer space with the option of enlisting a co-pilot via local co-op! Blast off with all-new power-ups, special abilities, and more all against beautifully detailed spacey environments and backdrops, to the beat of a fresh original soundtrack by award-winning recording artist Megan McDuffee.

Gravitar: Recharged is coming to a platform near you — Nintendo Switch, Windows PC via Steam and Epic, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Atari VCS, and iOS and Android mobile devices.

Gravitar: Recharged Key Features:

    • Far from Home: Travel across the galaxy in arcade mode, visiting planets to progress through ever-more-challenging solar systems in a quest to get home 
    • Explore, Triumph, Repeat: Take on 24 distinct missions, aiming to climb global leaderboards and assert yourself as the ultimate space adventurer
    • Powerful Power-Ups: Utilizing the tech at your disposal, make use of your tractor beam to grab power-ups including homing missiles and electrifying EMP disruptors 
    • Not so Lonely Anymore: No longer doomed to wander the universe alone, play with a partner in each game mode. Connect to a second player via a tether and work together to accomplish each goal and make your way home.

Gravitar: Recharged and the entirety of the Recharged series is made in collaboration with developers Adamvision Studios and SneakyBox. Award-winning artist and composer Megan McDuffee created the dreamy, spacey original soundtrack.


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