The DJMax series combines music with fast-action. It was created by Neowiz MUCA and featured various genres of music along with unique artwork. The series has been around for a while, with the first release in 2004. \n \nThe latest game in the DJMax series was DJMax Respect, released in July 2017. Recently Neowiz announced through a trailer that a new title was coming to the PC via Steam. \n \n \n \nThe new title is called DJMax Respect V but is not the fifth installment of the Respect series. There's no word on how the new game differs from the 2017 game, or if it will be a remake. DJMax Respect was also released on the PlayStation 4 but not PC. \n \nNeowiz didn't abandon the series after the 2017 release. Their social media and YouTube channel promoted a collaboration DLC featuring DJMax Respect x Deemo. \n \nThe PlayStation 4 version already contains hundreds of songs and DLC, so gamers are speculating the new edition is a complete collection of all of the currently available content. Some also wondered about collaborations that were previously announced but have not yet been released. \n \nWhile the game is available on the current Sony console, others expressed how they were happy to have the choice to play the next DJMax title with a keyboard or a controller. \n \nFor those new to the series, the gameplay is simple. Players can choose different songs, and different difficulties make gameplay more challenging. Players then have to press buttons as rectangular blocks fall from the top of the screen. As players tackle gameplay, various animations play in the background. Depending on the user's score, the animations will correspond positively or negatively. \n \nThe game sounds simple enough, but on more complicated songs, it can be difficult to obtain Max 100% to achieve the highest scores. \n \nThe game is primarily music-based, so users don't have to worry about getting invested in a storyline. It's a fun rhythm game meant to give players a break from high-paced action games and enjoy beautiful animations and new music. \n \nThe teaser trailer for DJMax Respect V contains snippets of music and various animations used throughout the series. There was no further information released, such as a release date, if the game will be available on consoles, or if it will be published worldwide.