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Loads Of Persona 5 DLC Revealed, Here's When It Launches

Persona 5 will receive lots of DLC shortly after launch.


With Persona 5's western launch now under a month away, its North American publisher Atlus has revealed details of the game's DLC.

The add-ons mostly consist of costume packs, additional background music, and returning characters and summons from other Atlus titles such as Catherine. All the DLC currently listed on Atlus's site releases within a month of Persona 5's release, though it remains to be seen whether more will follow. See all the packs here.

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So far, the bundles range from free (Persona 5 swimsuit set) to $7 (multiple packs, including costume sets from Persona 2, Persona 3, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and Catherine). It's currently unclear what international pricing will be, since Persona 5 is published by a different company, Deep Silver, in Europe and Australia.

In other Persona 5 news, new trailers for the game keep on coming. One focusing on new Velvet Room Wardens Caroline and Justine recently emerged, following one on a particular returning character and a sizzle reel of the game's cinematic scenes.

A bunch of smaller teasers have emerged recently; take a look at them all along with the rest of our Persona 5 coverage here.

Following a delay announced in November, Persona 5 launches on April 4 for PS4 and PS3--unfortunately, the game will not be coming to Nintendo Switch.

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