Not familiar with the wild world of the Phantom Thieves? Well, Morgana and Kasumi explain the ins and outs of Atlus’ upcoming game, Persona 5 Royal, in a brief video flaunting some of its new features.
Maybe it is more accurate to say Morgana highlights the new content available, while Kasumi provides the hype. Regardless, the video does touch on some questions newcomers will certainly want to know. This includes explanations of Personas, the Phantom Thieves, Palaces, and Confidants. While the commentary treads some familiar ground for those who have played Persona 5 previously, it does show some of the new Confidants and Personas.
The video also goes to some unfamiliar territory, including Kichijoji, a new part of the city for Joker to explore during the day and night time. It also shows the Thieves Den. Essentially, it is a hub that contains all of the extra content including awards, a gallery, music, and a card game.
Persona 5 Royal is a JRPG by Atlus. It is a re-release of the critically acclaimed game Persona 5, bringing a few changes and new features to the game. This includes Kasumi, a new playable character that was not originally in the initial release.
Persona 5 Royal will launch in the West for PS4 on March 31, 2020. If you want to see what we thought of the re-release, you can check out our preview where Staff Writer Allisa James said, “While I wasn’t able to play through the full assortment of new content that Persona 5 Royal has to offer, what I got my hands on is so far quite promising.” You can also check out our review of the original release.
In other recent Persona 5 Royal news, Staff Writer Allisa James spoke with the head of Atlas West PR Arianna Advincula to discuss some of the challenges there are with bringing the JRPG to the West.
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