Publisher Mediascape shared a new trailer for their Cubetype-developed competitive action game, Touhou Koubutou V, along with some additional details on the official website.
As previously reported, Touhou Koubutou V features 1 to 2 players in both local and online modes. The third-person action game will also be in full-HD. As far as game modes go, it has a “Scenario Mode,” an “Arcade Mode” that supports PSN rankings, and “Score Attack Mode,” and “Training Mode.”
However, there are some differences between the PS4 and PS Vita versions. The PS4 version supports both offline (with split-screen) and online multiplayer for battles. The PS Vita version’s multiplayer is done through Ad-hoc.
Additionally, the PlayStation 4 version of the game will add PlayStation VR support through a later update. Players will get to fight against CPUs, train, or go against other players using PSVR (with head tracking support as well) when it becomes available. The camera angles are the same as the regular mode in VR, meaning you’ll see everything in third-person perspective.
The Versus Mode features a social screen option that allows you to do PSVR vs TV Screen battles, and there are 10 different kinds of camera angles to work with in the options.
And finally, those who purchase the game on PS4 or PS Vita will receive custom themes for their respective consoles. The game costs 3,000 yen for PS4 or PS Vita, but those who purchase one version can get the other for a little cheaper at 2,000 yen as a bonus.
Touhou Koubutou V releases in Japan on November 2, 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.