If you’ve been following Hastune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd, you know there’s been a lot of DLC that launched in Japan. In turn, Sega America as well as Sega Europe has announced that all content released in Japan will be headed to North America and Europe. This will begin on December 9th, 2014. Both companies will have two large sales going on in order to help promote the content. This will include six months of costumes, skin, and song items that will follow shortly after the games launch on November 18th, 2014, but only for fans who purchase the Song Club pass that runs for a suggested retail price of $29.99, €24.99, and £19.99 respectively.
The Song Club will allow the players to every single Rhythm Game Song which will be published in the months to follow. This will contain well over ten songs in total. Players who want some more costumes (modules) will need to purchase the Costume Club pass, which will run for $69.99, € 49.99, and £ 39.99 respectively. Each of the games songs will run $2.99, € 2.49, and £ 1.99 per song without the pass and $1.99, € 1.49, £ 1.19 per costume piece at their suggested retail prices. The passes will save players more than 25% in total for players who want every piece of DLC content. All content packs are scheduled to release by June of 2015. For those seeking to obtain the free user interface skins will be able to obtain them for the first 39 days after the games release in each of the countries it’s slated for.
Hastune Miku: Project Diva 2nd F and the content passes are set to launch side by side starting on November 18th for North America and Latin America. The game will follow a launch in Europe on November 21st. On top of this release date, SEGA has confirmed that all content will be cross-bought for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. This will help players access their content across both platforms and save them money. Players will also be able to access the game on both consoles without losing their save progression. Players who own the PlayStation Vita version will get to access the games new Markerless AR Mode. Players will also get to visit the titles revamped edit mode that will showcase popular user generated content so that players can enjoy the content based on their experiences.
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