Hatsune Miku Debuts on Nintendo Switch in May

Get ready to Catch the Wave, because Hatsune Miku’s Nintendo Switch™ debut is just around the corner! Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix launches exclusively in digital format on Nintendo Switch on May 15, 2020.

Check out a new trailer featuring just some of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix‘s new songs, modules, gameplay modes, and more! A full website is now available at https://miku.sega.com/megamix/ featuring the full 100-song list, additional gameplay and customization details, and screenshots! A Mega Mix of Pre-Order Options:

 Digital pre-orders are available now on the Nintendo Switch eShop for both a base version ($39.39 – pronounced ‘Miku Miku’ in Japanese) and ‘Mega Pack’ ($59.99). The ‘Mega Pack’ comes with 6 DLC song packs, each containing 6 songs, for a total of 36 additional songs! After the game launches, the 6 DLC packs in the ‘Mega Pack’ will also be available individually ($6.99 each) or in a bundle containing all 6 packs ($29.99). All pre-orders come with a 4-song ‘Theme Song DLC Pack’ containing playable versions of theme songs from previous Project DIVA titles. For anyone who misses out on pre-ordering, the ‘Theme Song DLC Pack’ will be available free for all players beginning on 6/12:

  • The secret garden by Kosaki Satoru
  • Look This Way, Baby by ryo
  • Sekiranun Graffiti by ryo
  • Yumeyume by DECO*27

Mix It Up Today in a Free Demo!

 A demo of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix is now available on the Nintendo Switch eShop. In this demo, you can try out two songs, Arifureta Sekai Seifuku and Romeo and Cinderella in either the traditional button-based ‘Arcade Mode’ or the all-new motion-based ‘Mix Mode.’ You’ll also have a chance to play with the game’s customization options before the full launch on 5/15 – choose between three modules for Hatsune Miku, or change your character skin to one of your other favorite Vocaloids, including Rin, Len, Luka, KAITO, or MEIKO. Please note, these skins are a visual change only and do not change the performer for the song. 

‘Mix Mode’ requires the Joy-Con™ controllers to be detached, and is incompatible with the Nintendo Switch’s handheld mode or the Nintendo Switch Lite console. ‘Arcade Mode’ is compatible with both handheld mode and the Nintendo Switch Lite.

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