Published: Thu, December 05, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Persona 5 Royal launches March 31, 2020 in the west

Persona 5 Royal launches March 31, 2020 in the west

I had finally gotten my fill of the game.

ATLUS have announced that Persona 5 Royal, the director's cut re-release of one of this generation's finest JRPGs, will be launching on PS4 on March 31st 2020. There are two physical editions and two digital ones.

What's more, the aforementioned Persona 5 Royal has topped 400,000 units in Japan, meaning that it's well on its way to half a million. A Standard Steelbook Launch edition comes with the steelbook, but the Phantom Thieves edition features the mask, soundtrack, and other goodies.

There is a major caveat however - most games don't typically release on Thursdays, which is what Persona 5 Royal would be releasing on with that date.

Sony's blog post clarifies that, outside of this bundle, these DLCs will be sold separately for $15, $10, and $10 respectively.

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Persona 5 Royal is packed with new characters, confidants, story depth, new locations to explore, and a new grappling hook mechanic for stealthy access to new areas.

Prepare for an all-new RPG experience in Persona 5 Royal, based in the universe of the award-winning series, Persona!

Persona 5, the picaresque JRPG that sold over 2.7 million copies worldwide, victor of numerous game industry awards, returns with extra features and content!

It's also worth mentioning that digital pre-orders will come with an original Persona 5 Royal theme as a bonus and all the original Persona 5 DLC will be free for all Persona 5 Royal players. The long-awaited update contains a lot of new content, starting from completely new characters and ending with a new school term that takes you from the place where the original stayed, in addition to many improvements and improvements to the gameplay.

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