Persona 5 will now launch for PS4 and PS3 on April 4, 2017 across North America and Europe, Deep Silver has announced.
Originally scheduled to release on February 14, 2017, the long-awaited JRPG has seen a slew of delays since its original announcement.
However, there is a small silver lining to the delay. Persona 5 will support Japanese and English audio options on both platforms.
This voice pack will be available as free DLC for all players at launch, and Atlus has no plans to charge for the dual-audio option in future.
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Persona 5 will also have a playable demo at this year’s PlayStation Experience in December, giving fans a chance to try the English version before release.
There will also be a limited-edition collector’s card available for attendees of the event in Anaheim, North America.
The recent PlayStation Blog post contained one more snippet of news, and it might cheer you up a bit.
Deep Silver has revealed the finalised artwork for Persona 5’s ‘Take Your Heart’ Collector’s Edition, and it looks proper lovely.
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