Atlus has announced that Persona 5 Royal, an updated version of the critically acclaimed RPG, will be available for the PS4 in western territories from Spring 2020. The announcement was made during the Atlus Art Show in LA, where Shigenori Soejima appeared on a panel to discuss his work as an artist on the Persona series and Catherine.
A short trailer shown after the panel ended with the confirmation of the release window. As of yet, it’s quite a broad window, but fans of the game eager to check out the new content being added for the Royal update will no doubt appreciate the news nonetheless.
Persona 5 Royal launches in Japan on October 31, 2019. For more on P5R, be sure to read (or watch) our analysis of the first full reveal trailer, breakdown of all the new information that followed, or details on the new playable character Kasumi Yoshizawa.
Atlus has also been rolling out teaser trailers in the lead-up to the release of Persona 5 Royal, the definitive version of the acclaimed RPG. It’s going to include a ton of content and significant overhauls to the story, much of which has been shown off in trailers and the “Morgana Report.” The latest teaser revealed new events around Ann Takamaki, and showcases how this new version is putting more emphasis on its cast.
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