Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix was on display at TGS 2019, which gave us a look at new gameplay, as well as info on new tracks. Producer/director Keiichi Matsunami was also on-hand at the big show to answer some questions about the game. 4Gamer asked Matsunami why the title was coming to Switch, and apparently it has a lot to do with the portable aspect of the system.
We also wanted to bring the Hatsune Miku Project mirai series to Nintendo hardware. It’s also especially because Handheld Mode (is supported on Switch) and that played a part in our decision. The DIVA series doesn’t really have a presence on handheld consoles.
Yep, that’s right. Obviously you couldn’t play outside and switch over to the big screen on the PlayStation 4, so naturally, we wanted to bring the series to Switch. The DIVA series originated from handhelds as well, so naturally we wanted to bring the series to Nintendo Switch.