Falcom music DLC pack in DJMax Respect V includes games like Ys
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Falcom Ys and Trails Music DLC Appear in DJMax Respect V

Neowiz released the Falcom DLC Pack for DJMax Respect V. This DLC adds ten tracks from the Ys and Trails series into the PC rhythm game. The pack is now available for purchase on Steam, and it also comes with an introductory 15% discount that reduces the price to $12.74 until March 20, 2024.

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Some of the tracks in this DLC pack include “To Make the End of Battle” from Ys II, “Norse Wind” from Ys IX -Monstrum Nox-, Trails From Zero‘s “Inevitable Struggle,” and the Trails of Cold Steel Japanese theme song “Ashita e no Kodou.”

Other than the tracks, the DLC also adds a new interface skin featuring illustrations where the DJMax series’ original characters cosplay and mimic key visuals from more titles like Trails in the Sky and Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana.

Here is the complete list of tracks included in the Falcom DLC Pack:

  1. “Ashita e no Kodou”
  2. “Blue Destination”
  3. “To Make the End of Battle”
  4. “Genesis Beyond the Beginning”
  5. “Inevitable Struggle”
  6. “To the Future”
  7. “Norse Wind”
  8. “Silver Will”
  9. “Step Ahead”
  10. “Sunshine Coastline”

The Falcom DLC pack is the first in DJMax Respect V to add music from Japanese non-rhythm console games. Neowiz started releasing DLC packs that added new songs when it ended the game’s Early Access period with a full release on March 12, 2020.

The company had released packs with tracks from other rhythm games like Cytus, Deemo, Muse Dash, Chunithm, and Groove Coaster. It also added DLC songs from the Chinese mobile game Girls’ Frontline and the South Korean MMORPG MapleStory.

DJMax Respect V is available worldwide on PC via Steam.

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