Persona 5 Royal

Persona 5 Royal Box Art

Persona 5 Royal is an enhanced version of the critically acclaimed supernatural RPG-slash-school life simulator from Atlus. It adds a third semester at the Shujin Academy attended by the cast, an entirely new story arc, new characters and confidants, more background music, and a grappling hook mechanic that comes in handy for reaching hidden areas.

The upcoming Royal release of Persona 5 comes with its own special editions, including a launch edition with a bonus Steelbook available to early customers at no extra charge. These are detailed after the break.

Launch Edition ($59.99)

Persona 5 Royal - Launch Edition

Similarly to the original release, Persona 5 Royal has a physical Launch Edition that includes the game in a limited Steelbook case featuring the main cast, as well as a dynamic PS4 theme. Pre-orders are up on all major retailers.

The digital counterpart will only receive the bonus dynamic theme.

Phantom Thieves Edition ($89.99)

Persona 5 Royal - Phantom Thieves Edition

The boxed Phantom Thieves Edition entices the fans with a plethora of collectibles:

  • Joker Mask with Stand
  • SteelBook
  • Soundtrack
  • Collector’s Box
  • Artbook

Deluxe Edition ($69.99)

Moving on to digital versions, the Deluxe Edition includes the dynamic theme and the Kasumi Costume Bundle that comprises 4 sets of cosmetic items for Kasumi – a new character in P5R.

Ultimate Edition ($99.99)

The digital Ultimate Edition comes with the dynamic theme and the Persona 5 Royal DLC Pack that includes all of the following:

  • Kasumi Costume Bundle
  • Battle Bundle
  • Persona Bundle
  • 6 additional costume packs

Persona 5 Royal launches March 31st, 2020 exclusively on PlayStation 4.

Comments

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    December 19, 2019 at 01:07

    Does the digital version have any pre-order bonuses? What about the Ultimate Edition? It looks like the Ultimate Edition already contains a steelbook, so if you’re planning to get the Ultimate Edition then pre-ordering is pointless.

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