SEGA of Japan has released a promotional trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX, the physical version of the previously digital-only release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone. The game is scheduled to be released in November 22 in Japan for the PlayStation 4, and contains all of the songs and modules that were included in the base game and all of its DLC. In addition, it also contains two new songs: “Ghost Rule” and “Suna no Wakusei” (“Dune”), and a new Hatsune Miku 10th anniversary commemoration module. This new module can also be seen in the new trailer. The new content will also be making its way to the digital version of the game as DLC in the US and EU in 2018 (although the song “Dune” hasn’t officially been confirmed for release in the West yet). You can view the promotional trailer below!
Sega of Japan have announced Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX for the PlayStation 4. The game is a new version of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone containing news songs and modules. This time around, it’s being released as a physical version, rather than the digital-only original. It contains all of the songs from the original game: the 127 songs from Future Sound, 95 songs from Colorful Tone, 12 songs from the three Encore Pack DLC add-ons. In addition, three new songs will be included, one of them being “Ghost Rule” by DECO*27.
SEGA of America have released the 3rd “Encore pack” for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone on the PlayStation Store. Like the previous packs, it costs $9.99/€9.99/£7.99 and includes new songs, modules, accessories and Extra Extreme charts. There’s also a DLC Season Pass that includes all three packs and an exclusive bonus avatar set for $24.99/€24.99/£19.99. You can find an overview of the contents of the 3rd pack below.
SEGA of America have announced that the 2nd Encore Pack for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone is available now on the US PlayStation Store for $9.99. Curiously, it’s not available on the EU PlayStation Store at the moment. We’ll keep an eye out for when it does show up. The 2nd Encore pack features more songs, accessories, modules and Extra Extreme charts. The full list of content can be found below, as well as three additional themes that are available now on the US and EU PlayStation Store for $3.99 / €3.99. A DLC Season Pass is also available for $24.99, which includes all three of the Encore Packs. The last Encore Pack will be released in April.
Sega have released the first “Encore Pack” for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone (PlayStation 4), which is a DLC pack that includes 4 additional songs, 13 modules, new accessories and bonus EX Charts. The Encore Pack costs $9.99 / € 9.99, but there’s also a Season Pass available that costs $24.99 / € 24.99 and offers access to all 3 of the scheduled “Encore Packs”, as well as an avatar bundle. The remaining two Encore Packs will release in March and April respectively.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone for the PlayStation 4 is the latest in a growing number of Project DIVA games that have been released in the West. But rather than being a sequel to the Project DIVA F and Project DIVA X games, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone on the PlayStation 4 is actually a port of the arcade game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade Future Tone. While it’s very similar in terms of its rhythm gameplay, it doesn’t contain additional elements such as the DIVA Room and Edit mode from Project DIVA F or the new story mode from Project DIVA X. But that doesn’t mean the PlayStation 4 port of Project DIVA Future Tone doesn’t feature a lot of content, quite the contrary. In fact, it also includes new features and modes that aren’t available in any of the previous Project DIVA games.
The SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project has revealed the 2nd DLC pack for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone (the PS4 version of Project DIVA Arcade Future Tone). Previously, the company had already released the first DLC pack for the game in Japan. The second DLC pack will be released on December 22 for the price of 1,500 yen (excluding tax), and contains the following content:
Vocaloid MEIKO celebrates her 12th anniversary today, and the SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project team decided to celebrate the occasion with two new wallpapers, one in the Project DIVA X style and one in the Project DIVA Future Tone style. You can find the 1080P versions of the wallpapers below! You can also find additional mobile versions in the original article on the official blog.
In a recent article, Gematsu points out that Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone has received a rating by the USK, the organization that rates video games in Germany. This suggests that the game will likely be released in Europe and presumably also the Americas. The rhythm game was previously released in Japan as a digital download only, where it offered no less than 220 songs (if you bought both of the DLC packs). As such, it offers a lot more value for money than any of the Project DIVA games that came before it, at least to those who primarily play the rhythm game
Interestingly, the publisher is listed as Atlus U.S.A. rather than SEGA Europe. Until now, SEGA Europe was still listed as the publisher for digital games from Sega of America, such as Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live. It looks like they may not be involved this time. Previously, Deep Silver already took over publishing duties in Europe for the physical games from Sega of America. It should be noted that there’s no official confirmation yet from Sega of America that Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone will be released in the West, but as always we’ll let you know as soon as we have any more information to share!
SEGA of Japan have announced that Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone (the PS4 version of Project DIVA Arcade Future Tone) will be getting its first DLC pack on September 15, 2016. The “1st Additional Music Pack” will cost 1,500 yen (excluding tax), and contains the following items:
- 4 rhythm game songs (“Ageage Again”, “Cendrillon”, “Adolescense” and “Shake It!”)
- 13 modules
- 12 customization items
- “EXTRA EXTREME” difficulty for 9 songs