VVVtunia details MV Battles, more guest Virtual YouTubers

A boss-dedicated battle system.

Compile Heart has updated the official website for VVVtunia with details on MV Battles and more guest Virtual YouTubers.

Get the details below.

■ MV Battle: Defeat Bosses with Execution-Use Background Music! Fight to the Beat!

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The V-Idols that appear as heroines in VVVtunia such as Me and You can utilize a boss battle system called “MV Battle,” which deploys dedicated songs sung by the V-Idols to the background music. A boss is your opponent in an MV Battle, which is far stronger than the Anti that wander the fields. Gather the strength of the Four Goddesses and the V-Idols to defeat the boss!

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■ Sound Gauge and Resonance Mode: Boss-Dedicated Systems Activated During MV Battles

Sound Status

The “Seek Bar” at the bottom left of the screen is called “Sound Status.” This status is linked to the music that plays during battle, and special effects will activate depending on the playback position of the current song. The effect depends on the color of the playback position:

  • Red: Activates Benefits for Enemies
  • Blue: Activates Benefits for the Player
  • Yellow: Activates Player Status Increase Effect

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Sound Gauge

The Sound Gauge is a special gauge that only activates during an MV Battle. It builds up as you attack enemies and destroy the Sound Prisms that appear on the field.

Resonance Mode

By building up the Sound Gauge to MAX, you can activate “Resonance Mode,” which provides a significant boost to the player’s combat abilities. In Resonance Mode, the battle moves to a special space, giving the player the upper hand.

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Finish Drive

By fulfilling certain conditions during Resonance Mode, you can activate a special move called “Finish Drive.” This is a cooperative attack between characters with its own dedicated cutscene. Strike the enemy with a deadly blow!

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■ Guest VTubers

VVVtunia is due out for PlayStation 4 on July 2 in Japan. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, and here.

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