RKGK / Rakugaki is Out Now, Launch Trailer Revealed

Wabisabi Games' 3D platformer, which sees Valah tagging Cap City with graffiti to oppose the tyrannous B Corp, is available on PC.

Posted By | On 23rd, May. 2024

RKGK - Rakugaki

RKGK / Rakugaki, a futuristic 3D platformer developed by Wabisabi Games and published by Gearbox, is available now on PC. Set in Cap City, players control Valah, a graffiti artist pushing back against the despotic Mr Buff and B Corp with the help of her crew. Check out the launch trailer below.

As Valah traverses levels, she’ll dash through obstacles, grind on rails, double-jump and bash enemies. Her drone, AYO, helps her glide through the air and tag the environment below en route to the more impressive graffiti spots. Valah can also activate the Defacer to pick up speed and continue chaining together traversal techniques.

Earning currency allows for purchasing entirely new outfits or separate clothing pieces like jackets, tops, skirts, sneakers and more. Valah can also customize her graffiti and AYO in different ways.

RKGK / Rakugaki retails for $19.99 on Steam. No other platforms have been announced, but stay tuned for updates.


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