Today, ATLUS released an all-new trailer for Persona 5 Royal! The trailer features Morgana and Kasumi highlighting elements of the game. Properly titled, Morgana’s Phantom Theif Crash Course, this trailer reintroduces people to the world of Persona 5.
What the trailer contains:
What is a Persona?
New Foes & Personas
What does a Phantom Thief do?
New Puzzles in Palaces
Grappling Hook feature
New confidants – Maruki
New Locations: Kichijoji
The Thieves Den
Persona 5 Royal will have fans preparing for an all-new heist based on the series. The game will release on April 1, 2020 with a Phantom Thieves Edition, Launch Edition, and special digital bundles, all available for pre-order today. Digital pre-orders will come with an exclusive theme as a bonus, and all the original game’s DLC will be free for players.
Persona 5 Royal Launch Edition contents:
Limited Edition Steelbook case
Dynamic PS4 Theme
Ultimate Edition contents:
Includes the game and all DLC plus 6 additional costume packs
Deluxe Edition contents:
Includes the game and the Kasumi Costume Bundle
Persona 5 Royal DLC Bundles, available for purchase separately:
Kasumi Costume Bundle – $14.99
Battle Bundle – $9.99
Persona Bundle – $9.99
DLC Bundle – $59.99
Fans can visit Playstation’s detail page for more info on the game here.
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