Harmonics gave you a good reason to hone your fuser DJ skills: you can just play in front of a big crowd. The developer is releasing a headliner Spotlight update today (May 25) that gives you the chance to DJ The Diamond Stage, a 24/7 live venue where more than 250 people can watch you spin on both in-game and twitch .
The challenge is not so much for your mix to get a coveted primetime slot, and Harmonics has made some changes to the in-game economy to make that work.
You can reserve stage slots by earning diamonds through in-game play, whether it is single story, freestyle or multiplayer.
You can also use them to prepare your character and unlock more tracks. Harmonics insisted that you cannot buy diamonds with real money. To put it another way, you should not see primetime spots full of rich but talentless players.
The update also upgrades the DJ profile, improves the recommendation engine for Mix and fully integrates Twitch Drops into the game for everyone, including the Switch player.
The Fuser upgrade is free for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One players, and newcomers can purchase the standard game at a new price of $ 40. It can’t be said that it will jumpstart the game’s audience, but it’s easy to see the appeal of playing for the real crowd – even if it’s just to pad your ego.