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    Taiko no Tatsujin The Drum Master! To Be Released for Xbox And PC On January 27th!

    BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia is pleased to announce that Taiko no Tatsujin The Drum Master! is slated to be released for the Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on January 27th, 2022.

    This would be the first-ever title in the Taiko series to be released on the Xbox Series and it will be supported in the Xbox Game Pass during its launch. Do take this golden opportunity to immerse yourselves to play a rhythmic game using Taikos.

    Drum along and ride into the rhythm with the two types of notes “Don” & “Katsu” and aim for the highest score! Have a fun Taiko performance with an extensive lineup of estimated 70 pieces ranging from classic to popular songs such as “Homura”, “Into the Night”, “MEGALOVANIA”!

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    Available on local play up to two players, you can have fun performing together or compete against each other with a score battle. You can also have fun with your friends online too!

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    That is not all, you can also participate in Ranked Matches to pit yourself against players all over the globe to a 1 on 1 performance battle! As you progress with the game, you will be able to acquire customization avatars such as costumes for Don-chan. Show off and appeal your unique personality to players around the world!

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