‘Persona 5’ PS4, PS3: DLC Revealed Ahead Of Launch Date

By Ben Lindon , Updated Mar 15, 2017 11:29 PM EDT

"Persona 5" Western fans are all pumped up for its release on April 4.  Additionally, its North American publisher already revealed the DLC plan for the game.

"Persona 5" North American Can Purchase The Game Dlc Packs For $6.99 Each

Atlus USA has recently announced that downloadable contents will immediately make its way to the game once it releases early next month.  There will be a variety of DLC packs that will be made available - like costume sets from previously released games, as well as additional background music ,fan-favorite characters and summons from other Atlus titles, PlayStation Universe reported.

"Persona 5" will receive free and paid DLCs.  Currently, the swimsuit pack will be made available for free, while premium add-on will cost $7 a pack, in North America.  Although the game will also be released in Europe and other parts of the world, they will be handled by Deep Silver and its pricing may differ from Atlus.

According to the publisher's "Persona 5" web page, all the listed DLCs will be released within a month of the game's release.  However, it remains unknown if there will be more packs to follow.

The Only Advantage Of "Persona 5" On The Playstation 4 Over The Playstation 3 Is Its Slightly Improved Visuals

Meanwhile, fans who can't make up their mind  if they will purchase both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions of "Persona 5," will be glad to know that there is very little differences between the two.  It was originally announced as a previous generation console exclusive, but was later decided to create a current gen version as well, PSU stated.

According to the "Persona 5" fans that have compared the two releases, aside from a slightly better visual quality on the PlayStation 4, it also loads faster on the newer game device.  And that is just about it. However, hardcore fans who have a collection to complete should really grab a PlayStation 3 copy.

"Persona 5" was released in Japan last September and took several months before its localization for English speaking countries was finished.  The game is the sixth installment in the series, and fans will continue to play as the silent protagonist, who must try to defeat the dark forces in the Greater Tokyo area.  

"Persona 5" players will be harnessing Personas of their characters, which is a manifestation of their inner psyche. Watch "Person 5's" Sizzle trailer here:


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