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Persona 3 Reload PC Preorders Discounted At Fanatical

Save on the standard, deluxe, and premium digital editions of the game.


Persona 3 Reload drops for consoles and PC on February 2. Preorders for the game have been available for a few weeks, but PC players can snag Persona 3 Reload at a nice pre-release discount at Fanatical. Fanatical's preorder deal applies to all three editions of the game, dropping the price for the Persona 3 Reload standard edition to $61 (normally $70), the digital deluxe edition to $69.59 (normally $80), and the digital premium edition to $87 (down from $100).

All preorders include the Persona 4 Golden BGM Set DLC pack, which adds six tracks from Persona 4 Golden to Persona 3 Reload's in-game soundtrack. You also get a coupon code for 5% off your next Fanatical order. All game and DLC keys purchased from Fanatical unlock via Steam, which requires a free account to use.

Persona 3 Reload is a ground-up remake of the original Persona 3 that was released on PS2 in 2006, featuring overhauled gameplay systems, a revamped art style, a new voice cast, and more. Unfortunately, Reload will not include story content from the Persona 3 FES or Persona 3 Portable versions--though, thankfully, Persona 3 Portable was recently ported to PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4/5, and Xbox One/Series X|S, so fans can still experience its exclusive content like the female main character option and her unique storylines. Nevertheless, even without the story content from those other versions, Persona 3 Reload's combat and visual upgrades could make this the ideal way to experience the darkest entry in the series yet. Check our latest Persona 3 Reload hands-on preview for more information on the game.

Fanatical's Persona 3 Reload preorder discount will be available until it releases on February 2. The game also launches on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S that same day, and preorders for the console versions are available as well.

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