DJMAX Respect launches November 9 in Japan

PlayStation 4 rhythm game dated for Japan.

DJMAX Respect

DJMAX Respect will launch for PlayStation 4 in Japan on November 9, publisher Arc System Works announced. It will cost 5,184 yen for the standard edition, 4,800 yen for the digital version, and 7,344 yen for the limited edition, which includes a special box, art book, and two-disc original soundtrack.

The rhythm game first launched in Southeast Asia with English subtitles on July 28. A western release is also planned, but has yet to be officially announced or dated.

DJMAX Respect features 146 playable songs, including 40 new and original songs, across various gameplay modes, including Arcade Mode, Free Style Mode, Mission Mode, Online Mode, and Collection Mode.

If you missed it, catch the latest trailer here.

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