Peter Triezenberg
Persona 5 Gets Japanese Release Date, New Trailer
Looks like we'll find out more at E3.
05.05.16 - 11:05 AM

Persona 5 is on the horizon, everybody, and Atlus' recent "Take Tokyo Tower" livestream revealed that the game will launch on September 15th for PS4 and PS3 in Japan, with pre-orders being available beginning on May 6th. In addition, Atlus showed off a brand-new trailer and unveiled a snazzy collector's edition, which you can check out below.

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This special edition will cost 13,800 Yen and includes:

  • A copy of Persona 5

  • Persona 5 hardcover art book

  • Five-disc Persona 20th Anniversary All-Time Best Album (includes music from every game in the series including Persona 5)

  • Special Collaboration DLC Set #1: "Orpheus Picaro" and "Izanagi Picaro" Personas and special skill set

  • Special Collaboration DLC Set #2: Persona 3 "Gekkoukan High School Uniform" costumes and Persona 3 battle BGM single set

  • Special Collaboration DLC Set #3: Persona 4 "Yasogami High School Uniform" costumes and Persona 4 battle BGM single set

  • Special Custom Theme illustrated by Shigenori Soejima

  • Special Persona 5 Art treasure box

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A few other announcements from the stream included information on the Persona 5 anime, which is now titled Persona 5 the Animation: The Day Breakers (not to be confused with that one vampire movie). This 30-minute special will air in September and is produced by A-1 Pictures. In addition, August 13th will feature the Persona series' first orchestral concert, and there will be a 20th Anniversary Festival at Arts Chiyoda in December. Below, you can see an interview with the developers alongside some additional footage for the game.

Last, but not least, we have the game's Japanese box art, which looks amazing.

persona 5 japanese box art

Atlus also confirmed that we will see more Persona 5 at E3 this year, so stay tuned for that.