Neptunia Virtual Stars is Out Now in North America

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

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Neptunia Virtual Stars has finally released on PlayStation 4 physically and digitally in North America. There are some DLC bundles and a nice Special Edition to choose from if decide to go digital. Some sets include song unlocks, extra costumes, the full game soundtrack and more.

Here are links to these bundles on the PlayStation store:

All items can be purchased separately as well if you would like to pick and choose the things you want.

Here are some screen shots of the fantastic DLC Costume offerings:

 

Our friends in Europe will have to wait a few more days till March 5 to get their hands on this adventure. Steam users will have to hold off till March 29. All versions of the game have Japanese audio with English subtitles. The Steam version has Traditional Chinese subtitles as well.

Fans can Order the stacked Neptunia Virtual Stars Limited Edition on Iffy’s Online Store or Video Games Plus if you’re in Canada. The LE includes a Steel Case, Artbook, Vinyl Record and much more!

Neptunia Virtual Stars LE

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