Persona 5 delayed to April 4th 2017, giving duel audio as free DLC


Persona 5 has been announced in a recent stream by Atlus to be delayed to April 4th, 2017 in both Europe and America. However, on a brighter note, the game will include duel audio that contains the original Japanese and dubbed English, and will be available as free DLC at launch. Supposedly it was included as a request by people since the reveal of Persona 5, and was made possible through a “herculean effort from just about every division of Atlus”.

In addition, a playable demo for Persona 5 will be at the PlayStation Experience in Anaheim, with attendees receiving a collector’s card. They also state that a PS4 theme of Ryuji Sakamoto will be available on the Playstation Network for free for 24 hours (with a tongue-in-cheek claim that Atlus was breached), and they updated the “premium edition” with the final image, which can be viewed here.

So while Persona 5 being delayed (again) sucks, at least there’s a few things to keep you interested while you wait.

[Source: Playstation Blog]


2 responses to “Persona 5 delayed to April 4th 2017, giving duel audio as free DLC

  1. AMGermany says:

    To tell the truth, for me it’s good because I will play Yakuza Zero, that’s need time, and Ni-Oh is very near by released and last, not least, Sonic Mania. So. For Sega fans the next year starts great.

  2. Centrale says:


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