DJMAX Respect coming west in Q1 2018

Rhythm game a digital-only release in the west.

DJMAX Respect

DJMAX Respect is coming west for PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store in Q1 2018, publisher Neowiz Games announced.

The rhythm game will be playable at PlayStation Experience 2017 in Anaheim, California from December 9 to 10. Neowiz Games is also launching a DJMAX Respect Influencer Partner Program where users can sign-up to become a broadcasting partner and receive special bonuses.

Here’s a brief overview of the game, via Neowiz Games:

Developed by Rocky Studio, and published by Neowiz on PlayStation 4, Respect represents the culmination of every past DJMAX release, including every single song from the series as DLC available after launch. The base game comes packed with an unprecedented number of songs to play: 147 in total with 40 brand new songs created exclusively for DJMAX Respect.

All classic songs completely remastered, running at 1080p with 60FPS gameplay. In a first ever for the series, DJMAX Respect has support for local and online multiplayer via PlayStation Network. The achievement system, leaderboards, and collections are more robust than ever with three unique ways to track your progress among players worldwide.

While the western release of DJMAX Respect will be digital-only, an English-subtitled physical edition of DJMAX Respect is available now in Southeast Asia. However, it should be noted that downloadable content for the western version of DJMAX Respect will not be compatible with the Southeast Asia version.

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