SEGA to Match Entire Japanese DLC Plan for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd

SEGA of America and Europe have announced today that they will match the entire Japanese DLC rollout plan for the game starting on December 9. The Song Club and Costume Club were also annouced, delivering six months of costume, skin and song content following the game’s launch on November 18, 2014. Those who purchase the Song Club ($29.99) will receive every single Rhythm Game Song published in the upcoming months (scheduled to be released by June 2015), well over ten songs in total, while the Costume Club ($69.99) will feature more than 45 costumes (modules). Regularly priced at $2.99 per song and $1.99 per module, the Costume Club and Song Club offer more than 25% savings for fans who want to own every piece of upcoming content.

Both will be available for purchase on PSN starting with game’s launch on November 18 in North America for PS3 and PS Vita.

In addition to monthly free custom UI skins2, SEGA confirmed that cross-buy will be enabled for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, meaning all DLC content functions on both platforms if purchased on one.

Read our Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F review here.