Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone released this week on PlayStation 4, and it’s a vocaloid fan’s dream as the rhythm game features over 200 songs. That’s not all the content that will eventually be in the game, however, as Sega has announced that more DLC is coming to the game very soon. In fact, three packs (called Encores) will be released in the coming months.
Here’s how Sega’s John Hardin broke down the upcoming DLC for the game over at the PlayStation Blog:
“Speaking of Project Diva superfans, let’s talk for a second: a couple of things you may not have realized. First, the western version launching today features all of the updates already applied to the Japanese version — all those tweaks and fixes are currently in place. Second, and this is probably more important, we’re going to be supporting all the DLC released in Japan. All three Encore Packs will be released in the Americas at the beginning of February, March, and April respectively for $9.99 per pack, and there will also be a season pass option for all three DLC packs available in February for $24.99.
Each Encore Pack contains a mixture of songs and modules to contribute to the overall Future Tone catalog. (And yes, for those wanting a shortcut in unlocking modules, the Unlock Everything DLC will be available today as well!)”
So, to sum it up: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone will be getting three separate DLC packs. These will release once a month from February to April for $9.99, and those that want it all can pay $24.99. The downloadable content probably isn’t necessary for most gamers, as the game already features over 200 songs.
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone is available now on PlayStation 4. Check out our review if you’re on the fence for Sega’s latest rhythm game.
(Source: PlayStation Blog)