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DMM Games and Koei Tecmo have released a new Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation trailer, showing their new character, Luna.

Koei Tecmo and DMM Games have shared a new character trailer for their free-to-play Dead or Alive spin-off game, Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation. The short video introduces Luna, a brand new character to the Dead or Alive universe. Self-absorbed, somewhat emotionless and a little more than eccentric, Luna came to Zack Island in order investigate it and uncover its many hidden secrets while also taking in the sights and enjoying the many attractions the insular paradise has to offer.

Here a few miscellaneous bits of information about Luna and her background: While Luna's nationality is currently unknown, it is presumed she has Native American roots. Luna is 18 years of age and her birthday falls on the 15th of October. She's 149 cm (around 4 feet and 9 inches) and her measurements are B92/W56/H88. Luna works as a scholar and one of her hobbies includes doing field work as a part of her occupation. Her favorite color is moss green and she enjoys eating sweet roasted potatoes. Luna is voiced by Shiori Mikami, known for her character voice work as Krista Lenz in Attack on Titan, Akari Akaza in YuruYuri and, more recently, Northern White-faced Owl in the Kemono Friends anime adaptation.

You can view the full trailer below, coupled with a few choice screenshots.

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation is now available to play on PC for free on the Japanese DMM Game Portal. To find out more about the game, visit the game's official website and be sure read our previous articles.

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