Project Diva Mega Mix DLC Packs 8-11 Will Appear on September 17, 2020

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The last bits of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega Mix DLC are about to appear. Sega’s North American and European Twitter accounts confirmed a simultaneous launch date for the last four Song Packs included in DLC Bundle 2. Song Packs 8 through 11 will appear on September 17, 2020, the same day the 10th and 11th add-ons appear for Mega39’s in Japan. You can buy each one on its own for $6.99 or get them bundled together with the seventh pack and Sega Pack for $29.99.

While we don’t know which songs will be in Song Pack 10 or 11, we actually already know the tracks packed in Song Pack 8 and 9. That’s because those launched in Japan back on August 12, 2020.

Here’s the track list for Song Pack 8.

  • “Colorful x Sexy” (Luka and Meiko song) by Team Moer
  • “Love-colored Ward” (Miku song) by Oster Project
  • “Nekomimi Switch” (Miku song) by Daniwell
  • “Paradichlorobenzene” (Len song) by Owata-P
  • “Strobe Nights” (Miku song) by kz and yae
  • “Voice –Diva Mix-“ (Miku song) by Lovely-P

And here are the Song Pack 9 tracks.

  • “Change Me” (Meiko song) by shu-t
  • “Continuing Dream” (Miku, Rin, Len, and Luka song) by Dixie Flatline
  • “Kipple Industry” by Millstones
  • “Megane” (Luka song) by Ultra-Noob
  • “Puzzle” (Miku song) by Kuwagata-P
  • “Rettou Joutou” aka “Bring It On” (Rin and Len song) by Giga and Reol
  • “Star Story” (Miku song) by kz

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega Mix is available for the Nintendo Switch worldwide. The Project Diva Mega Mix DLC Bundle 2 will close out with its last four song packs on September 17, 2020 in North America and Europe. (The 10th and 11th packs will launch in Japan that same day.)

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