While EU PS3 owners are still waiting for Sega Europe to fix the problems with the previous batch of Project DIVA F 2nd DLC (which is still only available for the PS Vita two weeks after its release), Sega has announced that they just released the final batch of DLC for the game in the US. The final songs are “Electric Angel” by Yasuo and “Though My Song Has No Form” by doriko. The final modules are “Tyrol” (designed by nezuki), “Angel” (designed by Tomio) and “P-Style CG”.
While the “P-Style CG” golden costume was a special module in Japan, available for free (temporarily) to those who bought all of the 16 DLC Rhythm Game songs, this isn’t the case here. Owning the 16 DLC songs in the US or EU won’t grant you access to the P-Style CG module, you’ll have to buy it like any other DLC module. On the other hand, the fans in Japan had to pay a lot more for the DLC due to the lack of Season Passes there, which means the US and EU still got a better deal on the DLC. The price for the DLC is, as always, $1.99 for the costumes and $2.99 for the songs. However, there appear to be some problems with the release, as a NeoGAF forum member noted that Electric Angel isn’t listed as free for people who own the Song Club DLC. Let’s hope fans in the US don’t have to wait as long as those in the EU for this problem to be resolved.
While the DLC should be available now in the US, I won’t make any predictions for the EU DLC release timing. Technically it should become available within a few hours, but given the myriad of problems with the EU DLC releases, it’ll remain to be seen whether or not that’ll happen. We’ll update the article as we learn more.
Sega also had this to say in their press release regarding the entire DLC rollout for Project DIVA F 2nd:
Not including day-one downloadable content, SEGA has released 51 Costume Modules, 16 Rhythm Game Songs, and 25 Custom UI Skins for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, making it the most robust downloadable content catalogue in SEGA’s history.
So is this record amount of DLC actually a good or a bad thing? I’ll try answering that question in a later article. For now, I’ll leave you with some screenshots of the new songs and modules in the final DLC batch, provided by Sega.
i dunno what i’m doing wrong but i’ve looked several times over the last two days from top to bottom and neither are listed in the DLC lists. i’ve looked on both my PS3 and my PSV and they aren’t listed? so whats up with that???
Have you tried using the search option in the PlayStation store to search for the DLC directly by its name?
EDIT: is this the US PlayStation Store you’re using? The DLC indeed doesn’t seem to be linked correctly to the game there. I can give you the urls to the DLC if you can’t find them using the search option.
i’ve searched by release date, alphabetical order, the option of name A-Z & Z-A, price, everything. as far as i can tell the isn’t a way to search specifically for a single song.
also yes it’s the US version. i live in Canada so i would think that would be the version i use
The PlayStation store website should allow you to look for the songs/modules by their name, try that, you can add them to your download list from there.
ya it has it but it says i have to pay for it. i shouldn’t have to since i got the song pass that makes the downloading of the songs free. these are the only two that i seem to have to pay for.
Have you been able to download these yet? “Though my song has no form” should now be available for free from what I’ve read. I’m not sure if the problem is resolved yet for “Electric Angel”.
no i haven’t they still won’t show up on the DLC list.
I checked the DLC today and still dont linked to the game, you have to search it separately.
Even “Electric Angel” isn´t listed as free for those who bought the season pass.
Hope they fix it boucause its been a long time for that. (I use the US PSN)
It’s really unfortunate that this is taking so long for Sega and Sony to fix. I’ll see if I can get some info on this.
The official word is that they’re still working on resolving these issues. I’ll update the topic when we learn more. I can understand the frustration seeing how the EU also dealt with a lot of problems with the DLC. The US releases were better, although it seems the last release is causing a lot of problems for both the EU and US side.