Mixercise Editor Mode as new DLC in Fitness Boxing feat Hatsune Miku
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Fitness Boxing feat Hatsune Miku Will Add Editor Mode as DLC

Imagineer has announced that it will release a new editor mode for Fitness Boxing feat Hatsune Miku. The Mixercise Editor will be available as paid DLC on April 25, 2024. Players of the game will have to spend 990 yen to purchase the new mode. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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The new Editor mode will let players design their own exercise courses based on Vocaloid songs featuring Miku and other closely related characters, such as Rin, Len, and Luka. They can start by editing existing courses, but the game will also offer options to create original courses from scratch. Players will also be able to upload their created courses and have other people play them.

Imagineer has also uploaded a new trailer on its YouTube channel, which gives a sneak peek at the new Editor mode:

The Mixercise Editor mode will be the first of numerous DLC that Imagineer will release for Fitness Boxing feat Hatsune Miku. The company will gradually release more exercise music and costumes as paid DLC. It will also release a free update patch adding a new song, a new costume, and twelve illustrations that won official contests on Piapro.

Fitness Boxing feat. Hatsune Miku has been available on Nintendo Switch in Japan since March 7, 2024. The Mixercise Editor mode will be available as paid DLC on April 25, 2024.


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