Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live 3rd Stage now available in the west

Six new songs, an encore, and Meiko and Kaito.

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live 3rd Stage

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live‘s “3rd Stage” add-on is now available in the west, Sega announced.

The “3rd 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” or “2nd Stage” to play.

The following songs are within the “3rd Stage” pack:

  • “Raspberry * Monster” by HoneyWorks
  • “Amazing Dolce” by Hitoshizuku & Yama△
  • “Sweet Devil” by Hachioji P
  • “Erase or Zero” by Crystal P
  • “Beginning Medley – Primary Colors” by OSTER project
  • “Name of the Sin” by ryo (supercell)

The encore performance is “The First Sound” by malo. The “3rd Stage” pack also adds Meiko and Kaito to 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 are a total of three stages—the “1st Stage,” “2nd Stage,” and the newly released “3rd Stage”—which are available for $14.99 each, or as a Season Pass bundle for $39.99.

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