Summer Lesson ‘Day Out’ DLC launches January 12 in Japan

Workout with Hikari Miyamoto outdoors.

Summer Lesson

Bandai Namco has announced it will release the Summer Lesson: Hikari Miyamoto “Day Out” (Additional Experience Pack) downloadable content in Japan on January 12 for 1,490 yen.

Here are the details:

A New Place with a Midsummer Atmoshpere

The add-on pack allows you to go to a shrine on a hill where you can get a full view of the blue sky and sea. You’ll feel as though you’ve truly gone on a trip when you experience the pleasant view and scenic beauty in virtual reality. With this place as the setting, “Day Out” will allow you to enjoy a new lesson and new events with Hikari Miyamoto.

New Lesson: “Physical Training”

As part of your lesson plan, you’ll be able to choose a new subject in the form of “Physical Training,” which has a favorable influence on Hikari Miyamoto’s “will-power” value. There are two kinds of lessons within “Physical Training
—“Practice-Swinging” and “Sit-Ups”—which offer new touch experiences.

New Outdoor-Exclusive Events

During your breaks from exercising, situations such as “passing Hikari a drink” and “fanning Hikari” will occur as in-game events. The fan is linked to the controller, allowing you to send her a nice breeze while watching her expression and reaction.

New Outfits for Outdoor Exercise

A new “Sportswear” outfit has been added, allowing you to proceed through your lesson while Hikari wears a sporty outfit suited to her energetic personality.

Post-Event Added to the Best Ending

When acquiring the highest rank ending (clear rank S), a scene where the two of you talk on a bench at the shrine has been added as a post-event to the ending.

Summer Lesson is now available for PlayStation VR in Japan. It is due out in Asia with English subtitles in early 2017.

View screenshots of the downloadable content at the gallery.

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