Sega have always maintained that Project Diva Ver. 2.5. was a tentative name for the next Hatsune Miku game, and not the final title. This week, they revealed the final title and a release date to Famitsu magazine.
Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend is what the game is now called. Famitsu revealed a small list of new songs in the game, too. These include: Sekiranun Graffiti, Nekomimi Switch, Ura-Omote Lovers, Rin Rin Signal, A Thousand-Year Solo, and Lovers Suicide in Oblivion.
Famitsu also mention the names of a few more new modules that haven’t yet been announced: Violet, Shiny, Conflict, Rin and Len Append, and Lorelei. Project Diva Extent will release on November 10th, and will cost 5,229 yen.