Neptunia Virtual Stars details guest VTuber systems

Call upon a VTuber for help with "Guest Connect."

Neptunia Virtual Stars

Compile Heart has updated the official website for Neptunia Virtual Stars with details on the game’s guest VTuber systems.

Get the details below.

Rescue VTubers by Defeating the Villanious Anti “V-Hunters”

In Neptunia Virtual Stars, the guest VTubers wind up in this world by effect of the invasion on Planet EMO, where the game is set. And most of the VTubers were captured by the Anti invading Planet EMO. By defeating the villainous Anti “V-Hunters” and recovering V-Cubes, the guest VTubers will be able to cooperate with the player.

Neptunia Virtual Stars

Guest Connect: Utilize the Power of VTubers

If you rescue a VTuber that was captured by the Anti, you can use “Guest Connect,” a system that supports the player in battle by borrowing the strength of the rescued VTuber. The effect differs depending on the VTuber, so try out a bunch.

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V-Tuber Search Community: Search for VTubers that Need Help

By developing NeoTube Plaza, you will be able to use the “V-Tuber Search Community” to search for VTubers. The VTuber Search Community is a system that allows you to borrow the power of the planet’s inhabitants to determine the specific location of V-Cubes captured by Anti—perfect for rescuing VTubers.

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Virtual Collection: Collect VTuber Cards

By developing NeoTube Plaza, you will be able to play “Virtual Collection,” where you can collect VTuber cards. You can pull cards by consuming special items, and they are not only for collecting—you may gain the benefit of improved stats depending on the cards you obtain.

Neptunia Virtual Stars

Neptunia Virtual Stars is due out for PlayStation 4 on August 6 in Japan and in 2021 in North America and Europe. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Watch the opening movie here.

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