The official US Playstation Blog has confirmed that all of the Japanese DLC for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd will be made available for the Western release!
According to the blog, SEGA will “be releasing content every two weeks or so for nearly six months straight,” with three categories of DLC available:
- UI Skins: $0.99, but free for the first 39 days after release
- Costume Modules: $1.99 each
- Rhythm Game Songs: $2.99 each
If that wasn’t enough, some special “sales initiatives” are being launched which gets you all the content as it’s released, as opposed to buying separately.
To get the entire lineup of post-launch songs in a bundle, there’s the Song Club, which costs $29.99/£19.99/€24.99, and for the post-launch costume modules there’s the Costume Club, which costs $69.99/£39.99/€49.99. With these initiatives, you’ll save 25% on the DLC compared to buying them separately: not too shabby!
The first pieces of content will be rolled out on December 9th 2014, and even better is that cross-buy is enabled, meaning if you buy a costume on the PS3 version of F 2nd, you’ll have it available for you on the Vita version too!
Project DIVA F 2nd is out November 18th in America and Latin America and November 21st in Europe and elsewhere. Will you be grabbing the DLC, or even taking advantage of the Club offers? Let us know in the comments!Ad: