Hatsune Miku, Megurine Luka, And Other Vocaloids Invade Ninjala For Limited Event

Hatsune Miku, Megurine Luka, and all of their Vocaloid friends are going to be rocking out the world of Ninjala for a limited-time collaboration event starting next month.

According to GungHo Online Entertainment, which revealed the collaboration in its latest dev diary, the new in-game items inspired by the beloved Vocaloid and her crew will be available to obtain from October 6 through November 7.

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This collaboration is part of the 14th anniversary of Hatsune Miku's debut as the world's first Vocaloid software created by Crypton Future Media, who dubbed her "the first sound of the future" — a literal translation of her name.

At the beginning of the Hatsune Miku x Ninjala event, players will be able to obtain skins based on Miku's outfits. GungHo included two other skins to go along with Miku's main outfit, which are Magical Mirai 2021 and Sakura Miku. The former outfit, which is designed after the outfit she will wear at the Magical Mirai 2021 concert in December, can be obtained in the Collab Gacha.

The event will also include outfits inspired by Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, and Megurine Luka. KAITO and MEIKO will only appear in the game as Gum Utsusemi, despite being featured in the box art.

Players will also be able to purchase songs performed by Miku and the other Vocaloids, among them "Roki," Senbonzakura," and "Just Be Friends." They'll also be able to use emotes based on the choreography to classic Miku songs like "PoPiPo," "Alien Alien," and "Mikumiku Ne Shiteageru."

GungHo said they will also be planning on hosting a Hatsune Miku tournament, but it is unknown when exactly it will be held.

For the past year, Ninjala has been doing collaboration events with other popular media franchises. The game has added collaboration content from Sonic the Hedgehog, Monster Hunter Rise, and more recently, Demon Slayer, the critically-acclaimed manga and anime series that has spawned a movie — Demon Slayer: Mugen Train — that topped the worldwide box office in 2020 and became the highest-grossing R-rated animated film of all time.

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