Sega’s latest vocaloid rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X, may have already hit the PS Vita, but it is still yet to hit the PS4. The PlayStation 4 version is set for release in 25th August, and Sega’s official Miku channel has started streaming a new PV for it:
The video features the songs “Sharing the World” by BIGHEAD and “Hand in Hand” by livetune. It highlights the gameplay, as well as the music, which the Project Diva franchise has been known for.
Aside from the new PS4 game, Miku also got her own Miku-themed PS4 consoles. Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X will be featuring two kinds of quests for the Live Quest Mode. Area Quests are found in specific areas of the game, while Event Quests happen as you progress. They can be unlocked throughout the game, and players can hold a “Special Live” concert, where they can choose up to three songs and three Vocaloid characters. The three songs the player has chosen will be played consecutively.
Players can also choose the modules for their chosen characters, however, each module has to be attuned to the player’s live performance. These will determine how much voltage a player can get in order to clear the event quest.
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