Neowiz announced that the Rocky Studio-developed chaotically fast rhythm title, DJMAX Respect V, will be coming to PC-via Steam later through the Steam Early Access program on December 19.
“We’ve been dying to bring DJMAX back to the PC for a long time now,” says Ji Soo Moon, CEO of Neowiz. “After Respect had such success on PlayStation 4, we knew we had to bring it to the PC in a big way with more features and music. Adding in competitive online play is just another way to give the game’s hardcore fans what they’ve been craving.”
The game’s Early Access status will allow the developers to gather feedback to and test the game’s new online modes for a full 2020 release. Developer Rocky Studio is committed to making their time in Early Access short but wants the game to be well optimized for PC players.
For this first time since, DJMAX Online, DJMAX Respect V will support hardcore online play with up to seven players as well as 1v1 ranked ladder matches where players can play other players with similar skills and climb the leader boards.
DJMAX Respect V is the PC version of the title released on PS4 in 2018. The game features 161 tracks with an original opening song and 9 newly licensed tracks exclusive to this title.
You can check out the Steam teaser trailer below, but it doesn’t really show much:
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