Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation Browser Version Beta Makes It Playable On Mac And Low-End PCs



Koei Tecmo and DMM games kicked off the open beta for a new cloud-based browser version of Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation, which allows the game to be played on Mac and low-end PCs.



Similar to the download version of Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation, players will need an account over at DMM Games to play, but it doesn’t require a download of the game. The browser version of Venus Vacation is light on storage, but it has limited specs with a resolution of 1280×720 and it runs limited to 30fps while the download version allows for settings of much higher specs.



The browser version is recommended for those prioritizing play time, but for those who want to use FP more effectively the download version would be the better choice as the browser version consumes more FP to take on Festival events.


Those of you interested in checking out the browser version can do so over at the official website and hitting the big orange button. Do keep in mind that it’s in Japanese here, but we may see the browser version appear in Asia with English subtitles as it released on Steam, albeit region-blocked to most countries in the West.


Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation is available on PC in Japan and Asia. Check our previous report for a look at the new 1,014-year-old oni girl named Kanna.

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