Persona 5 Royal to Feature 30% More Thieving Content, New Endings

“Proof of Justice” OVA PERSONA5 the Animation Anime OVA to be streamed in Japan during August 30 celebration

Persona 5 Royal Key Art


Altus, the developers of Persona 5 Royal, announced earlier this month that they will be putting on a “Royal Experience” in celebration of the completion of the development of Persona 5 Royal on August 30. More details of the event have just been announced! As has more details about Person 5 Royal.


The game, set for release in Japan on October 31 and in the west in Spring 2020, is said to have a “30-percent increase in new features”, but instead of having a longer playtime, the features “help to deepen the feeling of the game," director Daiki Ito and producer Kazuhisa Wada told Game Informer in the September issue’s feature on the game.



The game is also said to have new endings, which goes further than the original story. There will be "several new endings unique to P5R" for players to unmask. Persona 5 Royal will continue past the ending of Persona 5 and into a third school term, where you’ll still be able to experience the original games ending, as well as the new endings Royal has to offer.


More information on Persona 5 Royal will be unveiled at the “Royal Experience” on August 30, where Altus is letting 100 fans play the game for the first time. The event will be live-streamed on AbemaTV at 8PM Japan Standard Time, with a special guest performance from Lyn Inaizumi who will be singing songs from the game, including the new Persona 5 Royal opening “Colors Flying High.”


PERSONA5 the Animation "Proof of Justice" OVA image


During the celebration, AbemaTV will stream the newest PERSONA5 the Animation OVA, “Proof of Justice”, centered around the boy detective and pancake lover, Goro Akechi. The OVA will be streamed at 9:20 PM on the platform after the “Royal Experience” broadcast. The OVA will be released on Blu-Ray with the 11th volume of PERSONA5 the Animation.


Source: Persona Channel via Persona Central


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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza and posts photo of his travels on Instagram.

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