Now supporting one handed controls

The latest Japanese patch for the ecchi water shooter Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash has added two Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni DLC characters as well as VR support.  

The newest update to Marvelous’ and Honey∞Parade Games’ Senran Kagura: Peach Splash had added the protagonists of Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, Rinka and Ranka Kagurazaka, as DLC characters. The newest update for the Japanese version of the game, marked with 1.14, also adds free VR support for the PlayStation VR. Owners of the headset will now be able to get up even closer and more personal to the water-soaked maidens and apply even more of that ecchi water stream their way.

The patch adds the VR Character Viewer and VR Diorama modes to the Locker Room feature. The VR Character Viewer allows the player to dress up their favorite shinobi in various costumes and accessories, as well as set up their hairstyles, voices, and animations. The VR Diorama mode lets you create dioramas using all kinds of props and characters in a free virtual reality space.

The new DLC content does not end on the Kagurazaka siblings and VR support. The new content also includes new character dolls, fans, flags. and swimsuits. Here is the full list of new content including prices in JPY as well as links to every available item.

Be sure to check out the DLC trailer for both the Kagurazaka sisters and the VR feature below, coupled with a few sample screenshots for your viewing pleasure.

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash has also been released in the West and is now available to purchase for the PlayStation 4.

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