Dance Dance Revolution result screen - release date falls in June 2024
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Dance Dance Revolution World Release Date and New Songs Set

Konami Amusement announced the release date for Dance Dance Revolution World. Roughly a month after it first revealed the title, the company confirmed that the newest version of the long-running rhythm arcade game will be available on June 12, 2024.

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The company also revealed several additional features that this new version will have. One of them will be the First Step folder containing easy track sheets to help newcomers get into the game. It will also add more settings, such as a filtered song search and a more detailed High-Speed setting where players can adjust the notes’ appearance speed by 0.05 points.

Dance Dance Revolution World will have First Step music folder for newcomers
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Konami also revealed several licensed songs that it will add to Dance Dance Revolution World‘s lineup. The tracks will range from Vocaloid songs, such as Hatsune Miku’s “The Vampire” by DECO*27 and Kasane Teto’s “HITO Mania” by Sasuke Haraguchi, to the Vtuber Shigure Ui’s song “Shukusei!! Loli Kami Requiem.” An arranged version of “Sign wa B” from the Oshi no Ko anime will also appear in the lineup.

In addition, the company will also implement new Flare Skill Ranks that show the players’ skill levels. The game will calculate the rank based on the player’s scores from their top 90 tracks—combined from the top 30 tracks from three different eras. The above new songs will count as tracks for the Gold Era which goes between A20 and World. The other two eras will be Classic (from the first release to X3 VS 2ndMIX) and White (from the 2013 release to DDR A).

Dance Dance Revolution World - Flare Skill Rank increased
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Dance Dance Revolution World will be gradually available in arcades, with its release date set for June 12, 2024.

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