PS VR Exclusive Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live Gets Debut Trailer

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

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Sega has released the first trailer for the upcoming PS VR exclusive Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live.

The trailer showcases some of the songs in the game and the VR perspective that the player will be viewing it from.

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live will release digitally as a “1st Stage” release across the world, with Japan getting it on October 13th and North America and European territories getting it the following day. This first release will contain three songs with the 2nd and 3rd stage releases which are planned to be released in the following two months consecutively. In Japan, an “All Stage” bundle pack is available with a PlayStation 4 theme on the Japanese PSN for 7,560 yen, with the stages being priced individually at 2,500 yen.

You can watch the trailer below.

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  • Mr0303

    This game will be a system seller in Japan.

  • Panpopo

    I am seriously considering VR just for this and the idolmaster game.

  • Klagmar

    Looks cool, but I must be misunderstanding something. 7500 yen for 3 songs seems absurd.