Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 PlayStation VR DLC launches January 24

Download the "VR Passport" for free until February 28.

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Fortune will add PlayStation VR support through “VR Passport” downloadable content launching on January 24, Koei Tecmo announced.

The VR Passport will be free to download until February 28 for users who own the full game. After that, it will cost 1,500 yen. If you own the free-to-play version of the game, the VR Passport will cost 1,500 yen from the start. Free-to-play users can also purchase a VR Passport set that comes with character usage rights for Marie and Honoka for 2,500 yen.

Here’s a brief rundown of “VR Paradise” mode, which is enabled through the VR Passport, via the official website:

Enjoy Three Paradises in VR

“VR Paradise” works together with Owner’s Paradise, allowing you to play Gravure Paradise, Event Paradise, and Photo Paradise in virtual reality. You can enjoy various situations by unlocking gravures, events, and poses in Vacation Mode. You can enjoy some gravures from the very beginning regardless of whether they were unlocked in Vacation Mode.

PlayStation 4 Pro Support

When playing Gravture Paradise and Photo Paradise in “VR Paradise,” you’ll be able to enjoy PlayStation 4 Pro-supported beautiful visuals. You’ll be able to clearly see the girl’s expression, really highlighting her cuteness!

Note: PlayStation 4 Pro support is limited to VR Paradise.

Watch a trailer for VR Paradise mode below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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