Kotoha Tanaka in The Idolmaster Starlit Season DLC4

Kotoha Tanaka Will Lead Cute Idols In Idolmaster: Starlit Season DLC 4

Bandai Namco will release the fourth DLC catalog for The Idolmaster: Starlit Season on January 13, 2022, which will will add Kotoha Tanaka. Kotoha Tanaka is one of the idols from The Idolmaster: Million Live.

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The new story episode, titled “Luminous Rufus,” will focus on Kotoha. She will lead a unit comprised of cute-themed idols and perform a new song titled “KAWAII Wars.” The bundle will also include stage performance sets for Kotoha and members of the rival unit Diamant: Leon, Shika, and Aya. Several new costumes will complete the catalog.

Kotoha Tanaka will be the second out of three extra idols set to appear in Starlit Season via DLC. The third DLC from December 2021 added Cinderella GirlsKaede Takagaki with a storyline, song, and unit focusing on cool idols. This announcement leaves Mamimi Tanaka from Shiny Colors and a passion-themed team for the next DLC storyline.

The Idolmaster: Starlit Season is immediately available on PlayStation 4 and PC in Japan and Asia. While Bandai Namco also provided news for the game’s updates in English on Steam, the full game is only available in Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese. Although players in the West can import the PS4 version, the Steam release and page remain region-locked to Asian countries. The fourth DLC for Idolmaster: Starlit Season releases on January 13, 2022 and adds Kotoha Tanaka.

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