VVVtunia details NeoTube Plaza

The base town.

Compile Heart has updated the official website for VVVtunia with details on NeoTube Plaza, the game’s base town.

Get the details below.

Friends’ Order


In “NeoTube Plaza,” where you can prepare before heading out to explore, there is a system called “Friends’ Order,” which you allows you to take on various requests. You will receive Friends’ Order requests from VTubers rescued from the hands of the villainous Anti. By fulfilling their requests, you may receive special items or thank you messages.

NeoTube Plaza


NeoTube Plaza is the base town that the player will visit as the story progresses, and where you can utilize various systems such as the all-important shops necessary for your adventure.

Base Revival


The player will be able to unlock more shops in NeoTube Plaza as they progress. While there are few shops at first, the player will be able to freely develop the base through Base Revival.

Facility Ranks

Base Revival will increase your NeoTube Plaza rank. The higher your rank, the greater the variety of items available and the more you will be able to do at the base.

—V.V. Network

Here you can utilize special functions such as “Quick Requests,” which allows you do simple requests to get rewards, “Friends’ Order,” which allows you to accept requests from VTubers, and “VTuber Search Community,” which allows you to search enemies for VTubers.


—Item Shop

The Item Shop, as its name implies, is where you can purchase consumable items that will help you on your adventure.


—V-Cube Shop

A facility where you can strengthen the V-Cubes you obtained, as well as acquire V-Cubes.


—MoE Accessory Shop

A facility where you can purchase “MoE Accessories” to equip. MoE Accessories not only change the appearance of the character, they also add abilities. Stack the same effect to make it stronger.


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

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