Persona 5 Royal DLC Includes Costumes And Boss Battles Against Previous Games’ Protagonists

Lots of material will come with the post-launch DLC.

Posted By | On 03rd, Oct. 2019

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Persona 5 Royal will see its Japanese launch at the end of this month. The game is a huge update to the already huge (maybe too huge) Persona 5. It doesn’t just end at the base game, though, as the game has post-release DLC coming as well, and a lot of it will revolve around callbacks to older games in the series.

DLC being a throwback to previous entries in the series is a pretty standard thing for the franchise. With the last Morgana’s Report stream, it was revealed that DLC for Royal will consist of new costumes from Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Persona Q2. If that’s not enough, apparently you’ll also get to take on the protagonists from Persona 3 and 4 through the game’s new Challenge Battle mode. You can see the video below (thanks to DualShockers for translations).

Persona 5 Royal will release some time in Spring 2020 for PlayStation 4. Right now, the rumor mill is saying that the game could release as early as March 2020.


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