Sega West To Match Entire Japanese DLC Plan For Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd

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SEGA has detailed downloadable content plans, including free content, for the upcoming game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, thereby matching the entire Japanese DLC rollout plan for the game starting December 9, 2014.

SEGA also announced two sales initiatives, the Song Club and Costume Club, delivering an incredible deal for six months of costume, skin and song content following the game’s launch on November 18, 2014,

Fans who purchase the Song Club (MSRP $29.99/€ 24.99/£ 19.99) will receive every single Rhythm Game Song published in the upcoming months1, well over ten songs in total, while the Costume Club (MSRP $69.99/€ 49.99/£ 39.99) will feature more than 45 costumes (modules). Regularly priced at MSRP $2.99 (€ 2.49/£ 1.99) per song and MSRP $1.99 (€ 1.49/£ 1.19) per module, the Costume Club and Song Club offer more than 25% savings for fans who want to own every piece of upcoming content. Both will be available for purchase on PlayStation Network starting with the games launch on November 18, 2014.

In addition to monthly free custom UI skins2, SEGA confirms that cross-buy will be enabled for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, meaning all DLC content functions on both platforms if purchased on one.

For those of you wanting more intel on the game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd is the sequel to the rhythm game featuring the world’s most popular virtual singer, with twenty classic songs from the previously Japan-only PSP games making their first debut in the West, and twenty brand new songs to the Project DIVA series.

In addition to the new songs, the game will feature updated gameplay mechanics and controls, more than 80 brand new and remade fan favorite modules, Cross-Save compatibility, Markerless AR Mode (PS Vita) and a revamped edit mode ranking system that showcases the most popular user generated content to provide gamers the best music game experience on the PS3 and PS Vita.

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