'Persona 5' Release Date, News & Update: Atlus Releases Second Batch of DLCs! Western Fans Hopeful to Get the Same DLCs!
Atlus has release the second batch of paid and free DLCs for the just release Japanese role playing game, "Persona 5." "Persona 5" has already hit Japan this year's September 15, for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, while everyone else are still waiting for the release of the game as they try to avoid spoilers before its release.
According to a report done by DualShockers, Japan welcomes several new DLCs for "Persona 5." Some of the DLCs are free while the others are for purchase which includes familiar and new character skins for both the main cast and their Personas. The list includes: Morganabus Stickers, Kaguya & Kaguya Zokujin Set, Thanatos & Thanatos Zokujin Set, Magatsu-Izanagi & Magatsu-Izanagi Zokujin Set, Shin Megami Tensei If... Costume & BGM Set, Revelations: Persona Costume & BGM Set - 800 yen (PS4/PS3) and Persona 2 Costume & BGM Set.
Western fans are now hype for the game's release in February wi8th hopes of the same "Persona 5" DLCs to arrive when the game finally gets released worldwide. As for what the game looks like, FabNewz reported that Atlus' latest offering, "Persona 5" has a mix of realistic elements as well as fantasy. This is from the game's Dungeons which are very different from the previous Dungeons in "Persona 3" or "Persona 4" which many may say plain and repetitive.\
Dungeons in "Persona 5" however include puzzles, and neat interesting ways to make each one fresh a different. It's good to note that the entire setting of "Person 5" is based on the modern day setting of Tokyo, Japan.
Since its release, "Persona 5" has been a huge success especially because of the delay of Square Enix' "Final Fantasy 15" that was supposed to be released at the same month. In only its first week, "Persona 5" topped Japanese game sales charts with the PS4 version in first place while the PS3 version was in second. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Persona 5" news and updates!
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