Persona 5 Royal Launching Stateside March 31


Get ready to join the Phantom Thieves of Hearts once again when Atlus’ Persona 5 Royal arrives stateside for the PlayStation 4 on March 31, 2020.

Learn more with the launch trailer below:

Persona 5 Royal | Release Date Reveal Trailer

To go alongside this news, Atlus also announced that the Phantom Thieves Edition, Launch Edition, and special digital bundles are now all available for pre-order beginning today.

The information below details the pricing and content included for each edition:

Phantom Thieves Edition – $89.99

  • Official Joker Mask (comes with a stand)
  • Collector’s Box
  • Art book
  • Soundtrack
  • Limited edition Steelbook® case
  • Dynamic PS4™ theme code

Launch Edition – $59.99

  • Limited edition Steelbook® case
  • Dynamic PS4™ theme code

Persona 5 Royal Ultimate Edition $99.99

  • Includes the game and all DLC bundles plus 6 additional costume packs
  • Persona 5 Royal Deluxe Edition $69.99

    • Includes the game and the “Persona 5 Royal Kasumi Costume Bundle”

    Persona 5 Royal features the new characters Kasumi Yoshizawa, Takuto Maruki, and José, along with a third school term. Note that all behavior for major bosses has been altered from the base game.

    You can read our review of the base game here.

    Source: Press Release
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