Looks like those who will purchase PlayStation VR on October 13th will have one more treat to look forward to, as confirmed by Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Game Director Yohei Nibori during an interview on Dengeki Online.
Nibori-san confirmed that the free to play version of the game will be updated like the full version to include PlayStation VR compatibility, allowing players to have fun with Kasumi at no additional cost. Of course, if they want to enjoy the other girls in VR, they’ll have to pay to unlock them or to purchase the full version.
Incidentally, some vocal areas of the western press reacted quite violently to the first videos of the game in virtual reality, blaming it for all sorts of perceived acts of villainy due to the fact that the girls appear reluctant when touched.
Nibori-san explained that that reluctance is because the demo is stand-alone, but in the full game players are able to raise the girls’ excitement level by making them happy during their vacation, and this will prompt them to react more positively.
This pretty much works like the gifting mechanic already in the game, with the ladies growing more willing to accept sexier swimsuits the happier they are.