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Gravity Rush: ghost traveler locations and hidden bosses guide

Ghost Traveler Locations

There are two ghost travelers (Singlor and Nala) in each of the following eight locations. Note that although they have the blue speech bubbles above their heads, similar icons do not appear on the map. Also be aware that they are not present during story missions.

The travelers are charted in this guide in the same order they become available to you in the story, but you can revisit any location if you missed them the first time. After chapter 17, you can revisit Rift Planes. After chapter 19, you can revisit Boutoume.

As you’ll find out, rift planes do not have maps. We’ve resisted the urge to create our own using crayons, eventually concluding that the screens and descriptions should be enough to guide you.


Auldnoir


Singlor can be found sitting on the edge of town:


Nala can be found on a swing set at one of the lowest levels of Auldnoir. The arrow on our map is meant to point behind the building, at the pit below:


Rift Plane: The Ruins

Nala can be found at the very top of the massive tower, which is right in front of you when you begin in The Ruins:


Singlor can be found on the lowest level of the tri-level, cone-shaped tower floating around the back of Nala’s giant tower:


Pleajeune


Nala can be found in the lower part of this district, standing near a railing. Look for the giant red steel support beams and the multicolored windows on the side of the building:


Singlor can be found far under the city, standing on one of the massive steel support beams:


Rift Plane: The Inferno

Singlor can be found on a floating platform high above the area where you find the first flower:


Stand next to the third flower and look down for a small platform protruding from the lava wall:

5 comments

  • Tjwoods18 - June 12, 2012 4:44 p.m.

    Still waiting on the PS store to update then I will try this, but until then I quitely wait.
  • MasterBhater - June 12, 2012 5:17 p.m.

    I bought a physical copy of Gravity Rush (the only physical copy of a PS Vita game that I've bought, simply because the PS Store is unreliable) but I'm STILL waiting on that Metal Gear Solid HD Collection to come online. On a better note, Gravity Rush is FANTASTIC. It looks great and plays great (with some minor frustrations when I missed the spot I wanted to hit with my Gravity Kick) and I can already tell I'm going to spend hours upon hours collecting purple gems so I can level up Kat's abilities.
  • Tjwoods18 - June 13, 2012 11:54 a.m.

    Dude, I just got this game and its perhaps the best one so far. This and MGSV are the best ones so far.
  • zombi3grim - June 12, 2012 9:31 p.m.

    If I had a Vita, I would buy this game. Maybe one day...
  • avluis - June 17, 2012 10:28 p.m.

    Something that worked for me on that last hidden boss was to concentrate on the head instead of the body too much. After a few hits, I had a lot of gems waiting for me.

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