Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash Close to Shipping 100,000 Copies; Free PS4 Theme Released

As Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash closes-in on 100,000 copies shipped in Japan, Marvelous released a free PS4 theme.

on June 8, 2017 1:05 AM

Today Marvelous Entertainment announced via press release that the newest chapter of the Senran Kagura series Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is close to shipping 100,000 copies in Japan, and is likely to pass that number soon.

The figure includes shipments to retail stores and full game digital downloads from the Japanese PlayStation Store.

In order to thank gamers for the almost achieved milestone, the publisher released a free PS4 theme, that is now available on the Japanese PlayStation Store.

You can check it out in the pictures at the top and bottom of this page. While the theme is static, it comes with a lovely custom BGM and custom icons.

While the theme has been released only for the Japanese market, you can easily download it regardless of where you live by using a Japanese PSN account. Once downloaded, you’ll be able to use the theme on all of your accounts, as long as the PS4 is set as primary.

You can read how to create and mantain a Japanese PSN account in our handy guide.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash will be released in the west this Summer by XSeed Games, that is also providing a spiffy limited physical edition. In Japan, it just received four DLC characters from the popular Ikkitousen series.

The game is currently available in Japan, exclusively for PS4.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash Close to Shipping 100,000 Copies; Free PS4 Theme Released

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