Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live 2nd Stage now available in the west

3rd Stage also launches December in the west.

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live‘s “2nd Stage” add-on is now available in the west, Sega announced. It also launched in Japan early this morning.

The “2nd Stage” add-on adds six new tracks and a special encore performance. The song pack can be purchased individually for $14.99 and doesn’t require “1st Stage” to play. The “3rd Stage,” which was dated for December 15 in Japan earlier today, will also launch in the west in December.

The following songs are within the “2nd Stage” pack:

  • “shake it!” by emon
  • “Quirky Medley – Giga-Remix -” by Giga-P/Reol, Mikito P
  • “Hello, Worker” by KEI
  • “Cat Food” by doriko
  • “Tell Your World” by livetune
  • “Time Machine” by 1640mP
  • Special encore performance of “LOL -lots of laugh-” by mikumix.

Characters Rin, Len, and Luka also join the mix.

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live is available as a free download on PlayStation Network, but users will need to purchase stages in order to play any content. There will be a total of three stages—the currently released “1st Stage” and “2nd Stage,” and the upcoming “3rd Stage”—which are available for $14.99 each, or as a Season Pass bundle for $39.99.

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