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Rayark’s Cytus 2 is a free-to-play rhythm game, available on Android and iOS. It just got the best add-on a rhythm game could hope for, with a pack of Hatsune Miku tracks to play on.

The most beautiful Goddess also shows up, naturally, with a new design that is more than a little fetching. Sadly, this pack of tracks isn’t free – you’ll need to hand over around $10 to unlock the 14 pieces of music in there. You’ll also need to make sure to make the purchase before May 31, 2020 – which is a long time away to be sure, but why risk it? Go and download it now.

With SEGA having apparently lost the Hatsune Miku license, it has been quite a while since Miku was last prominent in video games. Years now, in fact. It would be nice to see a developer of the talents of Rayark pick up the license and do something special with it. Perhaps this DLC pack to Cytus 2 is just the start.

– Matt S. 
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