Hatsune Miku: Project Diva MegaMix Is Getting A Season Passon February 13, 2020 by Zac Cocken
The upcoming Hatsune Miku rhythm game is getting a season pass, as announced by SEGA. The pass has been announced for Japan only so far but it’s safe to assume the same pass will be coming west. The first piece of DLC will release at the same time as the Japanese launch of the game.
The season pass will include six music packs, spread out from February to April as follows:
- Additional Music Pack 1 (February 13)
- Additional Music Pack 2 (March 2020)
- Additional Music Pack 3 (March)
- Additional Music Pack 4 (April)
- Additional Music Pack 5 (April)
- Additional Music Pack 6 (May)
The music packs come with a selection of songs and modules (costumes) for you to enjoy if you’ve had your fill of the 100+ songs included in the base game. We don’t know much about packs 2-6, but we do know the contents of the initial pack:
- “Musunde Hiraite Rasetsu to Mukuro” (music and lyrics by Hachi)
- “Electro Saturator” (music and lyrics by tilt-six)
- “Roshin Yuukai” (music by iroha (sasaki) and lyrics by kuma (alfred))
- “Double Lariat” (music and lyrics by Ago Aniki)
- “Hai wa Hai ni” (music by Tennen and lyrics by Niboshi)
- “Kowase Kowase” (music and lyrics by E.L.V.N)
- Hatsune Miku: “Rasetsu to Mukuro (Demons and The Dead)”
- Kagamine Rin: “Reactor”
- Kaito: “Requiem”
- Meiko: “Blazing”
The season pass will cost 4,500 yen in Japan, and alongside it, an Item Unlock Key will be available for 1000 yen to unlock every customisation option in the base game.
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Hastune Miku: Project Diva MegaMix is due out sometime in 2020 in the West, and on February 13 in Japan on Nintendo Switch. Hatsune Miku is a popular figure at the moment, she’s currently on a tour, including the UK – and is playing Coachella this year.
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