Gravitic Warp is a new warp theory developed by Dr. Krupp in 537 SD, which enables travel at speeds that greatly exceed those previously possible via subspace warp.

The system works by controlling the gravitational dimension that ordinarily propagates through altspace (Alterable space) and using it to directly warp space in front of the ship, compressing it in such a way as to effectively enable extremely high-speed travel through three-dimensional space. Almost all large vessels nowadays utilize gravitic warp systems. When entering gravitic warp there is a fair amount of turbulence experienced within the warping vessel.