A whole new audience can begin watching Hatsune Miku’s latest shows. You know, to join the people already playing in time with her music in VR on the PlayStation 4 or PC with other headsets. The Hatsune Miku VR Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2 versions are here.
The version of Hatsune Miku VR available for the two more mobile Oculus headsets is going for $24.99 in the official storefront. (The price is identical to the PlayStation Store and Steam listings.) This gives you the base game, which lets you watch 10 songs or play in time with them at two different difficulty levels.
Here’s the full track list.
- “Amagoi Miseinen by Wada Takeaki ‘Kurage P’
- “Ghost Rule” by Deco*27
- “Hibikase” by Giga
- “Ievan Polkka” by Otomania
- “Lucky Orb” by emon(Tes)
- “Senbonzakura” by KurousaP
- “Sharing the World” by Bighead
- “Singularity” by Keisei
- “Slowmotion” by PinocchioP
- “Stella” by KotsubanP
All three of the supplemental song packs, which add five songs and one stage each, are also immediately available. People can buy them individually for $11.99 or in a $31.99 bundle.
And here’s the Hatsune Miku VR Oculus Quest launch trailer, to show exactly how the game is played.
Hatsune Miku VR is available for the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, both versions of the Oculus Quest, PlayStation VR, and Valve Index headsets.