Hatsune Miku: VR Future Lives Releasing October 13, 2016 Worldwide

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The Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live PlayStation VR experience’s release date has been changed. Instead of launching on October 14, 2016 in North America and Europe, a day after the PlayStation VR’s launch date and Japanese debut, the PlayStation Blog says it will appear in all regions on October 13, 2016.


When playing Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live, you’re part of the crowd at one of her concerts. You’re able to wave a glowstick in time with the music, as well as react at certain points during the performance to alter the environment around you and trigger special effects. Stages have three song setlists, with players able to pick between two songs each set. A solo performance encore may also occur, if the concert went well.


The first Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live stage setlist has been revealed. She can perform these songs during the first concert in the game.

  • “1/6 –out of the gravity-“ by noa
  • “39” by Deco*27 and sasakure.UK
  • “Cute Medley” Idol Sounds by Mitchie M
  • “Love Trial” by 40mP
  • “Love Song” by Lamaze-P
  • “Satisfaction” by kz
  • “Weekender Girl by kz and Hachioji P

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X concerts are compatible with the PlayStation VR as well. A patch will be released that will let you watch custom Concert Editor performances in the first person with the PlayStation VR.


Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live will launch on the PlayStation 4 for PlayStation VR on October 13, 2016 worldwide. A demo with one song will be available.

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