Hatsune Miku Colorful Stage Cup Noodle

Project Sekai Cup Noodle Collaboration to Add New Songs

Sega announced a Cup Noodle collaboration will appear in Project Sekai Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku. The Project Sekai and Cup Noodle collaboration will begin on January 10, 2021 and add a total of five songs to the game. Each of the songs will be inspired by a Cup Noodle flavor. The songs created for the collaboration will appear on YouTube alongside appearing in the mobile game. A special website has been opened for the Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage and Cup Noodle collaboration. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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Additionally, to celebrate the announcement of the collaboration, artist DECO*27 released a new song. The title of the song is “Salamander,” and it is the first of several songs that will appear.

You can listen to “Salamander” below.

The full list of musicians that will release music for the collaboration are:

  • Kanaria
  • Whale Don’t Sleep
  • DECO*27
  • Pinocchio-P
  • Mitchie M

The next song, “Identity” by Kanaria will release on YouTube on January 9, 2022. The song will arrive in Project Sekai Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku on January 20, 2022. Additionally, a special login campaign will be held until February 7, 2022. It is currently unclear if these songs will appear in the English release of the game, also known as Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage.

Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage is immediately available for Android and iOS devices.

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