Persona 5 Royal

Persona 5 Royal Is Getting Lots of Free and Paid DLC on Day One; Screenshots Revealed on Famitsu

Today's issue of Weekly Famitsu included a spread about Persona 5 Royal, revealing the DLC that will be released on launch day.
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Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a spread about Persona 5 Royal, revealing the DLC that will be released on launch day.

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All of the DLC mentioned below will be released on October 31, which is the day Persona 5 Royal launches.

Luckily, there are a few free ones, on top of many that come with a pricetag.

  • Recovery Items Set – Free
  • Skill Card Set – Free
  • Dancing in Starlight Costume & Music Set – 800 yen ($7.36)
  • Velvet Room Costume & Music Set – 800 yen ($7.36)
  • Danciun in Starlight Featherman Costume & Music Set – 800 yen ($7.36)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux  Costume & Music Set – 800 yen ($7.36)
  • Gym jersey Costume Set – Free
  • Izanagi-no-Okami + Picaro Version – 300 yen ($2.76)
  • Orpheus + Picaro Version – 300 yen ($2.76)
  • Athena + Picaro Version – 300 yen ($2.76)

We’re also getting a ton of paid theme (priced at 200 yen each, translating into $1.84) each dedicated to a character.

Those include the Hero, Morgana, Ryuji, Ann, Yusuke, Makoto, Futaba, Haru, and Akechi. Apparently, there isn’t one for the new character Kasumi.

A set of costumes and music dedicated to Catherine: Full Body will be released after launch, and we also get a glimpse of that in the gallery below, alongside the sets mentioned above.

[Source: Weekly Famitsu]

If you’d like to see more of Persona 5 Royal, you also enjoy the first 15 minutes of gameplaythe opening animationa recent trailer latest English trailerthe previous trailer and gameplay reveal, including Goro Akechi, Jose and Mementostwo recent videos focusing on the new character Kasumi and additions to the battle system two more showing another look at the new features, and additional clips featuring new character Jose.

We then have another trailer in English, a batch of gameplay screenshots, the first character trailer focusing on Kasumi the second showcasing Ryujithe third starring Annthe fourth focusing on Yusuke, the fifth showcasing Makoto, the sixth featuring Futaba, the seventh showing Haruthe eighth starring Morgana, the ninth focusing on Takuto Maruki, and the latest starring the hero.

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


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