Persona 5 Royal: latest trailer and Daily Song Ranking videos

Last week, , at the Tokyo Games Show 2022, Atlus revealed a brand new trailer for Persona 5 Royal (releasing this October worldwide):

Here it is:

And today, the company also started a series of daily videos: the Daily Song Ranking. Earlier this year, Atlus ran a “Persona 5 Royal song recommendation” poll on Twitter, and that video series are the very results of that poll. Every day, a new music track will be introduced, allowing fans and newcomers to (re-)discover some of the best music tracks in the game!

Here’s the videos available as of writing:

  • Rank 23: When Mother Was There
  • Rank 24: Awakening
  • Rank 25: Beneath the Mask -rain, instrumental version-
  • Rank 26: Tokyo Daylight
  • Rank 27: Phantom
  • Rank 28: Beneath the Mask -instrumental version-
  • Rank 29: Prison Labor
  • Rank 30: Butterfly Kiss

Also, if you’re interested in getting the digital version of the game, it’s now available for pre-order worldwide. It requires about 14.2GB of free space.

Here’s some additional details, the list of key features, and some screenshots from the Nintendo Switch version of the game:

Prepare for the award-winning RPG experience in this definitive edition of Persona 5 Royal, featuring a treasure trove of downloadable content included!

Forced to transfer to a high school in Tokyo, the protagonist has a strange dream. “You truly are a prisoner of fate. In the near future, ruin awaits you.” With the goal of “rehabilitation” looming overhead, he must save others from distorted desires by donning the mask of a Phantom Thief.

  • Explore Tokyo, unlock Personas, customize your own personal Thieves Den, experience alternate endings, and more
  • Become the ultimate Phantom Thief and defy conventions, discover the power within, and fight for justice in the definitive version of Personal 5 Royal
  • Includes over 40 items of previously released downloadable content
  • Choose between Japanese and English VO

Persona 5 Royal (Switch) comes out on October 21st worldwide.

Source: Nintendo



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