Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live western release moved up to October 13

Seven songs shipping with Stage 1.

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live will launch for PlayStation VR on October 13 in North America and Europe, Sega announced. This is a day earlier than the previously announced October 14 release date.

The rhythm action game will be released as a free download with add-on stages. Stage 1 will launch on October 13 for $14.99. Stages 2 and 3 will launch at later dates for $14.99 each. A Season Pass Bundle will also be available for $39.99.

Stage 1 includes the following seven tracks:

  • “Love Trial” by 40mP
  • “1/6 – out of the gravity -” by noa
  • “Satisfaction” by kz
  • “Weekender Girl” by kz & Hachioji P
  • “39” by DECO*27 & sasakure.UK
  • “Cute Medley – Idol Sounds” by Mitchie M
  • “Love Song” by Lamaze-P

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live is a virtual reality Miku concert exclusive to PlayStation VR that puts players in the audience of a huge stadium filled with cheering fans. Players can move throughout the audience or even up on stage as they change views of the event, as well as move their controllers, which are used as glow sticks, in time with the performances to unlock various easter eggs. After progressing through three songs, players will get a special solo encore performance by Miku.

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