The Vtubers are here! Idea Factory confirmed that ‘Neptunia Virtual Stars’ will arrive in the West in March with a new teaser.
Of almost a minute, the video shows us the main virtual idols who will be in charge of fighting and competing in the toughest and most fun battles.
Combining the essence of shooter with the popular rhythm games, the most popular VTubers of the moment await you to spend hours of fun.
After seeing the protagonists, the teaser reveals that ‘ Neptunia Virtual Stars’ will be available in physical format for PlayStation 4 in North America starting on March 2.
It comes in a limited edition that includes an art book, song lyrics, poster, an exclusive trading card and a steel cover for $ 109.99.
In the case of Europe, the game will arrive with a slight delay on March 9, while for PC through Steam its launch is scheduled for the 29 of the same month.
The Western edition will feature the original voices of the Vtubers in Japanese with English subtitles, a way to connect with each of the songs they include.
Among the outstanding groups that will be available in this edition, you will find the girls of Asano Sister Project, Horror Academians, Wactor, Holo Live and ReVdol.
Each one will bring out their most adorable and agile side to help you through your adventure through the confines of Virtualand and the challenges it represents.
Official Synopsis of Neptunia Virtual Stars
In a dimension called Virtualand, the virtual planets that exist within it contain an extraordinary ability to produce a commodity known as content. In these celestial bodies there is a quiet planet known as EMO. This was the latest target of an infamous group whose sole purpose is to destroy content created by virtual planets … Anti. Its annihilation of EMO has left its citizens without hope.
At that moment, the VTubers, popular streamers from Earth, were suddenly transported to Virtualand. Because VTubers possess an affinity for creating good content, they were obvious targets for Anti, who quickly captured them and turned them into pockets of data known as V Cubes.