Dance Dance Revolution 5 Headed For PC With Japanese Open Alpha Available Now

Dance Dance Revolution 5 is moving to PC in the near future. DDR’s official Twitter account announced the news, as well as a link to a website with more information. A free open alpha beta version is now available for PC gamers in Japan or anyone with a Konami ID.

In Japan, Dance Dance Revolution has never lost its breath. Players continued to enjoy the game in arcades, while the series may have lost popularity elsewhere.

Dance Dance Revolution is a music game where players use their bodies. Players follow the directional arrows with their feet to match the music. The better the synchronization of the arrows, the higher the score. The games have different difficulty modes for beginners or more experienced players. Dance Dance Revolution 5 Headed For PC With Japanese Open Alpha Available Now

The free alpha includes fifteen of the most popular songs in the series, including “Come to Life” by ARM (IOSYS) feat. Nicole Curry and “Our Soul” from CaZ. The full list of songs is available on the Konami website.

Open Alpha is not the full version of the game and does not support game data from the arcade version. Open alpha can be used to relieve stress.
Dance Dance Revolution 5 is supported on PCs running Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. Players will need an HTML5 compatible browser. Konami said players can play on a Mac or iPad, but normal operation is not guaranteed. Smartphones are not supported.