The last we heard from the in-development perma-flying PC fighter Gravity Breakers, developers Gremlin_Ent had scored legendary video game composer Shinji Hosoe to write the game’s opening song. Since then, the team has been hard at work pushing the game forward: Gravity Breakers has recently been updated to version 0.4.0, and along with the several system and balance changes in this update, this indie sci-fi project has also ramped up the weird alien sex-appeal with the beefy four-armed cultist, Valeria.
Easily the most ripped female character design we’ve seen in fighting games for some time, Valeria can materialize an entire arsenal of weapons to fling at her opponent. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it doesn’t look like you’re going to be any safer once you get in range, either:
In addition to Valeria’s addition, you can now try out a free demo for Gravity Breakers. The demo gives you access to Cardinal and Nancy, and you can download it over here at Gremlin_Ent’s site.