Hatsune Miku VR Release Date Announced

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Hatsune Miku VR gameplay

Publisher Degica Games has put up the Steam store page for Hatsune Miku VR, the upcoming rhythm game developed by Crypton Future Media. The page includes the release date, scheduled for March 8.

Hatsune Miku VR, not to be confused with Sega’s Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live on PSVR, is a virtual reality rhythm game for Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, controlled using motion controllers such as the Vive controllers or Oculus Touch. According to the Steam page description, the gameplay has the player catching rhythm icons flying from the speakers on the stage, while watching Miku dance and sing the chosen song in front of them.

At launch, the game will have eight songs in total, with two difficulty levels each, including:

  • Ievan Polkka (Otomania)
  • Singularity (keisei)
  • Amagoi Miseinen (Kurage-P/Wada Takeaki)
  • Sharing the World (BIGHEAD)
  • Senbonzakura (Kurousa-P)

More songs will be added to the game post-release. The game will be available in English, Japanese, Chinese, and more.

Degica Games is also hosting a giveaway to celebrate the game’s upcoming release, with a chance to win one of 3 pairs of Hatsune Miku Expo 2018 tickets, one of 3 different Miku figures, and one of 5 Hatsune Miku: Magical Mirai 2017 Blu-rays. The giveaway ends in three weeks on March 19.

About Chris Melchin

Chris is a computer science student who has been gaming ever since he knew what to do with a Super Nintendo controller. He's a fighting game player, with a focus on BlazBlue and Under Night In-Birth games. His favourite games include Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Persona 5, and Little Busters. He started watching anime in high school, and his favourite series is Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. He also writes Vocaloid music for his personal YouTube channel, and has a (slight) obsession with Megurine Luka.