Sega Details Demo and Launch DLC for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X

Thursday, March 17th, 2016

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Sega has revealed the release date for the playable demo of their latest rhythm game collaboration with the Hatsune Miku IP, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X.

The demo will release on March 24th in Japan, and will include three songs “Ai no Uta,” “Strangers” and “LOL -lots of laugh-” alongside a tutorial. The player can also try the ‘Rush Notes’ system and heart racing modules, that are new additions to the series.

They also announce details on the day one DLC that will also be released with the game’s Japanese release. They are (in order of price):

250 yen each:
Accessory unlock keys for each element (Neutral, Cute, Cool, Beauty, Chaos)

300 yen:
“Snow Miku 2016” module

500 yen each:
“Miku Dayo” module
Module unlock keys for each element (Neutral, Cute, Cool, Beauty, Chaos)

600 yen:
“Nel, Haku, Sakine, and Teto Module Pack”

1000 yen and over:
Accessory unlock key set (1,000 yen)
Module unlock key set (1,500 yen)

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is releasing in Japan on March 24th, with a PS4 version coming in the autumn of 2016. A western release date hasn’t been announced, but considering that the previous Project Diva titles have been localised, it seems possible.

Thanks Gematsu.

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