DJMax Respect’s Release Date Moved To July 2017

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DJMax Respect has been delayed. The PlayStation 4 game was expected to release in South Korea sometime in January 2017. Now, its Twitter and Facebook accounts are listing a July 2017 release date for South Korea and Asia.


At G-Star 2017, Neowiz revealed some of DJMax Respect’s features. There will be over 40 new songs in the game, with over 140 songs total. Returning DJMax series tracks will make up the remainder of the music library. Confirmed gameplay modes include Arcade, Mission, 2-Player, and Online, with a gallery and movie viewer also announced.


Teaser trailers for DJMax Respect’s “Remains of Doom” by NieN, GOTH remix of “Ruti’N” by Bexter, and “U.A.D.” by Hayako are now available online.



DJMax Respect will be released on the PlayStation 4 worldwide in 2017.

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