For all you Westerners who are on the Project Diva bandwagon, this is great news.

As announced over at the PlayStation Blog , all the planned Japanese downloadable content for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd will be delivered to North America.

The upcoming sequel launches on November 18 (three days later for Europe) in both disc and digital formats, and it'll be available for PlayStation 3 and Vita. "The world's most popular virtual singer" will get plenty of support after she goes live, as content will be released every two weeks for almost six consecutive months. There will be Costume Modules, UI Skins, and Rhythm Game Songs; check the pricing through the link above.

If you want to snag it all right out of the gate, you can purchase the $29.99 Song Club and/or the $69.99 Costume Club, which gives you access to all DLC songs and costumes, respectively. The first extra content hits the PlayStation Store on December 9.

And for those of you who are wondering, yes, this is a huge fascination in Japan.

Related Game(s): Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd

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Shauneepeak
Shauneepeak
6 years ago

$100 for DLC!? =O I was expecting them to do like most of the recent niche Japanese titles and include all the DLC for free.