Another Hatsune Miku VR game is heading to the PlayStation 4 outside of Japan. People won’t have Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live as their only option anymore. Hatsune Miku VR will be available on December 6, 2019. Its worldwide debut was confirmed on the PlayStation Blog.
While Sega’s Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live is a concert simulation experience, Hatsune Miku VR is a more traditional rhythm game. People use the PlayStation Move controllers to hit notes as familiar songs play.
Going by the Japanese version and PC release, nine tracks will be included in the base game. These are:
- “Amagoi Miseinen by Wada Takeaki ‘Kurage P’
- “Ghost Rule” by Deco*27
- “Hibikase” by Giga
- “Ievan Polkka” from Otomania
- “Senbonzakura” by KurousaP
- “Sharing the World” by Bighead
- “Singularity” by Keisei
- “Slowmotion” by PinocchioP
- “Stella” from KotsubanP
To get a better idea of how Hatsune Miku VR works, here is a trailer from the PC version of the game.
Hatsune Miku VR is immediately available for PCs for people with the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, or Valve Index headset. It will appear for the PlayStation 4’s PlayStation VR on December 5, 2019 in Japan and on December 6, 2019 in North America.