Dead Or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation Set to Pop into Mobile Gacha Game Destiny Child

Popular PC vacance game pairs up once again with hit mobile character collector for upcoming partnership on iOS and Android


SEOUL – Sept. 25, 2020 – The team behind Destiny Child, the spectacularly popular waifu collector game, revealed a new collaboration with DEAD OR ALIVE Xtreme Venus Vacation (DOAXVV). Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 20 through Thursday, Nov. 5, several of DEAD OR ALIVE XVV's flashy characters and more will be available for Destiny Child players on both theApp Store and Google Play.

Since its launch in 2017, DEAD OR ALIVE XVV has delivered the hit series' spin-off and head-turning fighters to players on PC. In the upcoming second collaboration between the two games, two new characters are racked up to become available for Destiny Child players to unlock and collect. More firm details on these two characters will be revealed later, with Kasumi, one of the characters from the first collaboration between the two games, set to bust into Destiny Child as a new World Boss.

More revealing details about the upcoming partnership between DEAD OR ALIVE Xtreme Venus Vacation and Destiny Child will be unleashed soon.

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About DEAD OR ALIVE Xtreme Venus Vacation
DEAD OR ALIVE Xtreme Venus Vacation (https://game.doaxvv.com/en/) is a spin-off title of KOEI Tecmo Games' popular DEAD OR ALIVE series, featuring popular characters from the series and the characters from the original title enjoying tropical summer vacation staged on Venus Islands. (Available on Steam for Windows PC. Basic Free Play / Pay-Items via Steam Wallet)

About SHIFT UP
SHIFT UP is a studio with original artworks and strong game development. It was founded in 2013 by Hyung-Tae Kim, an art director and illustrator famous for his successful past works like ‘Blade & Soul’ and 'The War of Genesis 3.' The studio's first mobile game, Destiny Child, reached number one Grossing App upon release in 2016 in Korea on both the App Store and Google Play, proving the studio's solid game development and popularity. Since then, it has expanded service areas to Japan and worldwide, stepping up as a global company.

As of 2019, SHIFT UP is preparing for the new projects to follow, ‘Project:NIKKE’ and 'Project:EVE,' going beyond mobile games to the domain of console and PC games as a global multi-platform developer.

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