The game, due out first in Japan this Thursday, will have 40 songs, the return of Edit Mode, and more. Sega also said it has “fun stuff in the works” for the western release, including packaged releases for both versions.
“One of the primary comments we saw across the internet over the last year was that PS3 owners loved their physical copies, and that so many PS Vita owners wished one was available,” Sega brand manager Aaron Webber said on the PlayStation Blog. “We begin our campaign today by announcing that whichever platform you own, you’ll be able to reserve a physical copy of Diva F 2nd when it releases!”
Sega promises to share more news “as we near E3.”