Persona 5’s new trailer, Japanese release date announced

by Joshua Russo

Editor-In-Chief

 

This morning the countdown timer on Persona 5‘s website ended with a livestream that revealed a new trailer for the JRPG title as well as a long awaited release date of September 15…for Japan. No word on a release date for the west was given, but the game was confirmed to be at Los Angeles at E3 next month. Along with the standard PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 editions, a 13,800 yen 20th anniversary edition will be available with tons of extras.

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  • A copy of Persona 5
  • Persona 5 art book – B5 size hard-cover Shigenori Soejima-illustrated special binding
  • Persona 20th Anniversary All-Time Best Album (five discs)
    • Disc 1: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona, etc.
    • Disc 2: Persona 2: Innocent Sin / Persona 2: Eternal Punishment
    • Disc 3: Persona 3 (FES), etc.
    • Disc 4: Persona 4 (The Golden), etc.
    • Disc 5: Persona 5
  • Special Collaboration DLC Set #1: “Orpheus Picaro” and “Izanagi Picaro” Personas and special skill set
  • Special Collaboration DLC Set #2: Persona 3 “Gekkoukan High School Uniform” costumes and Persona 3 battle BGM single set
  • Special Collaboration DLC Set #3: Persona 4 “Yasogami High School Uniform” costumes and Persona 4 battle BGM single set
  • Shigenori Soejima-illustrated Special Custom Theme
  • Special Persona 5 Art treasure box

Atlus also confirmed that an anime titled Persona 5 the Animation: The Day Breakers will air during the month of September. The anime will be 30 minutes in length and be produced by A-1 Pictures.

 

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Joshua Russo

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Josh learned how to play video games before he learned how to read and write. He fell in love with both and eventually combined the two to create the Next Save Point. His favorite video game series' are Pokémon, Uncharted, Mass Effect, Dragon Quest, Fallout and Borderlands.
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Josh learned how to play video games before he learned how to read and write. He fell in love with both and eventually combined the two to create the Next Save Point. His favorite video game series' are Pokémon, Uncharted, Mass Effect, Dragon Quest, Fallout and Borderlands.

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