A new DJMax PC release has finally been announced. Neowiz will be bringing DJMax Respect V to PCs. A Steam release has been confirmed, though a product page is not yet available.
Details about DJMax Respect V are slim. All we have, for the moment, is an announcement trailer. However, some of the art suggests it will be similar to DJMax Respect, which appeared on the PlayStation 4 in 2017.
This isn’t the first time a DJMax PC release has appeared. It has appeared on the platform twice before. The first was DJMax Online. It was an online-only game available in Asia that launched in 2004. Its official servers were shut down in 2008, though a private fan-service did appear again. DJMax Trilogy was another PC-only release. It included songs from multiple past installments, like DJMax Clazziquai Edition. It also, when the servers were online, allowed you to play online.
DJMax Respect V is in development for PCs.