Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation Gets Mermaid-Themed Event and New Costumes

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation brings forth a new event themed after mermaids and featuring new costumes for Kasumi and Marie Rose.

on January 10, 2018 5:02 PM

Today Koei Tecmo and DMM updated their PC game Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation with a new event and new costumes.

The event is titled “Mermaid’s Favor” and focuses on Kasumi and Marie Rose. It rewards players with SSR tokens (eight of which form a ticket that guarantees an SSR draw), trend tickets and upgrade gems. A new story cutscene was also added to match the event.

All you gotta do is to play matches in the event section, and you’ll accrue points that will, in turn, grant your rewards. Playing with guest girls from players on your friend list will also grant bonus points.

A new gacha was also added, including the Margarita costume for Kasumi and the Martini outfit for Marie Rose. The first is an SSR with a 0.43% draw rate while the second is an SR with a 2,85% draw rate. Their element is Appeal, which makes them rather desirable. Trend tickets earned through the events (alongside the usual gems) can be used to draw from this gacha.

As a further element of the update, a key prompt has been added during gameplay, as a safeguard against bots.

Below you can enjoy a few screenshots of the new costumes. If you want to actually play the game, which is only in Japanese, you can check out our handy guide. On the other hand, if you need a giggle, you can take a look at the outrageously overpriced oppai mousepads dedicated to the game.


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