Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X officially announced for PSVita and PS4 for 2016

Here it is folks! SEGA has officially announced Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X for Playstation Vita and Playstation 4! The teaser site for the game still appears to be counting down, but regardless we now know Miku will be back on Sony hardware in 2016.

The trailer takes a look back on the last nine Hatsune Miku Project Diva games, and confirms various musicians involved with the project; as well as our first glimpse at the Playstation Vita version of the game! It’s unknown if there’s a PS4 trailer inbound but we’ll keep our eyes peeled. As for release dates, the Playstation Vita version is planned for March 2016, whilst the Playstation 4 edition is targeting Fall 2016.

It’s certainly a very exciting time to be a Miku fan though, what with Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX also being released on 3DS in a couple of weeks! It’s been stated SEGA will be bringing along a demo of the the game to the Miku Magical Mirai 2015 event, so we may get more information.

Stay tuned for this one folks!



5 responses to “Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X officially announced for PSVita and PS4 for 2016

  1. Bryce says:

    Goddamnit! I was anticipating a port of PD Arcade on PC and PS4. F%#k you Sega, for hyping me up 4 nothing!

  2. RONMAN321 says:

    Playstation 4 set for release Fall 2016

    A year to wait, no problem, buying up more SEGA stocks shares then, leaving the whiners and complainers behind as profit continues on the side for us shareholders.

    Looking forward to Hatsune Miku Project Diva X
    (As I gleefully and greedily shake my hands just in anticipation in getting this import game AND future localized version)
    I’ve got the patience. Beauty, respect, rhythm and some extra cash YESSSSSSSSSSSS$$$$$ for us hardcore older gamers!!!!

  3. RONMAN321 says:

    Holy Moly!! Someone just spent $396,000 and bought up 138,000 shares of SEGA Stock shares today! Stock shares up by 3%

  4. Damon says:

    Why don’t Sega just buy the Hatsumi Miki franchise IP instead of renting the license every time, would probably be cheaper for them in the longer term.

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