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Persona 5 Royal Gets New Images Showing Kasumi’s Persona and More; Digital Deluxe Edition Revealed

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Persona 5 Royal Gets New Images Showing Kasumi’s Persona and More; Digital Deluxe Edition Revealed

Atlus is continuing to trickle down images and assets of its upcoming Persona 5 enhanced edition Persona 5 Royal.

Today they updated the official site with a look at new character Kasumi’s own persona, Cendrillon. She is described as a persona with a beautiful silhouette made of sparkling glass and wearing a gorgeous cape as if she was joining a ball. The description also wonders about the meaning of the clock in her chest, without revealing it.

On top of that, we get a new screenshot showcasing palace exploration and the reveal of the Digital Deluxe Edition that has been made available for pre-orders on the Japanese PlayStation Store.

It includes a sticker for Morgana as early purchase bonus (until November 14), a PS4 theme, a soundtrack including completely new songs recorded for the game, three DLC costume sets, and two DLC persona sets.

It costs 11,800 yen ($110) plus taxes, and at the moment we don’t know whether it’ll be made available in the west.

You can check the images below.

If you want to see more about the game, you can also, and also enjoy two recent videos focusing on the new character Kasumi and additions to the battle system.

We also have a recent trailer in English, a batch of gameplay screenshots, the first character trailer focusing on Kasumi the second showcasing Ryujimore gameplay featuring the Hatsumode visit to the shrine on New Year, quite a few screenshots of the gamea few more gameplay videos, and another batch.

If you’re interested in Persona 5, you should also check out our interview with Good Smile Company on how Ann Takamaki was turned into an adorable Nendoroid. You’ll probably also enjoy the first teaser video of the Valentine’s Day special episode of the anime, the second video, and a few screenshots, featuring the game’s heroines.

Persona 5 Royal is releasing in Japan on October 31, 2019, exclusively for PS4, and in the west in 2020.

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