The Snow Miku 2016 Module in Project DIVA X

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X Will be Getting a Demo and DLC at Launch

Alongside the release of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X on March 24th in Japan, SEGA have announced that they will also be releasing a demo for the game. The demo will contain the following songs: “Love Song” (“Ai no Uta”), “Strangers”, and “LOL -lots of laugh-“.

Additionally, SEGA have revealed a list of (paid) DLC that will be made available for the game upon release. You can view the list of DLC below. Note that all prices listed here are excluding tax.

“Snow Miku 2016” (Price: 300 yen)

The Snow Miku 2016 module will be included as DLC for Project DIVA X. Take a look at the first screenshots below!

Mikudayo (Price: 500 yen)

A Project DIVA game can’t be complete without the addition of Mikudayo, an alternate version of Hatsune Miku. SEGA notes that there are some limitations for this DLC: for one, it can’t be used in Live Quest mode and the Home section, only in Free Play mode and Live Edit mode. You also can’t equip Mikudayo with customization items. For more info on Mikudayo, check out this article!

Additional module set for “Akita Neru”, “Yowane Haku” and “Kasane Teto” (Price: 600 yen)

These three additional vocaloids and their costumes appear to be identical to the ones featured in Project DIVA F. However, it seems you’ll have to buy them again if you want to use them in Project DIVA X, regardless of whether or not you bought them for the previous games. That said, this time the characters and all their modules are bundled in one set. The update also notes that these characters can’t be used in the Live Quest mode or in the “Home” section of the game. They are however available to use in the Free Play mode and Live Edit mode. In addition, it’s also noted that there are some limitations to the voices for the characters. Most likely, these are the same limitations that existed for Project DIVA F and F 2nd, in which Akita Neru and Yowane Haku only speak during Rhythm Game results, and Kasane Teto had no vocalized lines.

Module unlock key and Accessory unlock key

The “module unlock keys” and “accessory unlock keys” unlock respectively all the modules and accessories for the game’s five elements. Although modules and accessories will be dropped randomly in the game’s “Live Quest” mode, these keys can be purchased to unlock them all instantly. There are five module unlock keys (one for each element), each costing 500 yen. A “module unlock key set” containing all five keys will cost 1500 yen. In the same way, accessory unlock keys will cost 250 yen per element, while the “accessory unlock key set” will cost 1000 yen.

That’s all we know of the DLC at this point. Lastly, in the recent release of the video game magazine “Famitsu” in Japan featured a cover with an illustration of Hatsune Miku, done by KEI. The same illustration is also featured as a preorder bonus wall scroll for the game on the SEGA Store.

It’s worth pointing out that SEGA confirmed that no data will be shared between Project DIVA X and the previous Project DIVA F games, so it seems transferring save data won’t be possible. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X will be released on March 24th for the PlayStation Vita, with a release on PlayStation 4 scheduled for this fall.

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