Persona Q2 Launch Day DLC Detailed Along With New Trailer Reveal

on April 29, 2019 by

Persona Q2 Launch Day DLC Detailed Along With New Trailer Reveal

It wouldn’t be a Persona game without DLC, and so it comes with little surprise that Atlus have now revealed the Persona Q2 launch day DLC, along with a new character trailer detailing a certain popular heroine making her debut in this spin-off series!

 

This comes at a point where we have been more than a little spoilt for Persona news, with Persona 5 The Royal and Persona 5 Scramble both revealed last week, but we shouldn’t forget that another Persona title is actually incoming very shortly in the West.

 

Ahead of its release for Nintendo 3DS on June 4th 2019, Atlus have revealed the list of launch day DLC for the game, and we’re hoping you’re sitting down. It comprises of 25 individual items, ranging from $0.99 to $2.99. We’ve put the full list below for your perusal, it’s rather extensive to say the least.

 

 

Launch Day DLC:
  • – Sub-Persona: Orpheus Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Messiah Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Thanatos ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Thanatos Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Izanagi Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Magatsu-zanagi ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: M. Izanagi Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Kaguya ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Kaguya Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Ariadne ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Ariadne Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Tsukiyomi ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Tsukiyomi Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Asterius ($1.99)
  • – Sub-Persona: Asterius Picaro ($1.99)
  • – Navi: Elizabeth & Theodore ($2.99)
  • – Navi: Margaret & Nanako ($2.99)
  • – Navi: Justine & Caroline ($2.99)
  • – Battle BGM: Persona 3 Set ($2.99)
  • – Battle BGM: Persona 4 Set ($2.99)
  • – Battle BGM: Persona 5 Set ($2.99)
  • – Accessory: Experience Up ($0.99)
  • – Accessory: Money Up ($0.99)
  • – Accessory: Encounter Control ($0.99)
  • – Item: Level Up Set ($0.99)

 

 

With this reveal, Atlus have also mentioned the launch edition of the game, that will be available for all pre-orders and first-run copies of the game. This edition will include a Nintendo 3DS copy of the game and a beautiful art book package together.

 

Game features:
  • Joker Takes Center Stage – Experience a thought-provoking story from the perspective of the protagonist from Persona 5 as you along with the other Phantom Thieves meet the S.E.E.S. from Persona 3 and the Investigation Team from Persona 4 in a cinematic world!
  • Persona 3 Portable’s Female Heroine Steals The SpotlightPersona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will feature the long-awaited addition of P3P‘s female heroine who will play a pivotal role in your adventure through the silver screen!
  • Paying Homage To The Classics – Explore a series of labyrinths parodying popular film genres with plenty of references true film fans will love!
  • We’ve Got CompanyPersona Q2 expands on Persona Q and Persona 5‘s combat systems, including a new Unison feature. By completing side quests, certain groups and pairings will team up to unleash their own special attack!
  • For the World Cinema Aficionados – Immerse yourself in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth thanks to its Japanese voice audio track with English subtitles. This will mark the first time many fans will hear the original Japanese voices of the Persona 3 cast!

 

 

Finally, Atlus have rolled out a full official website for the game, allowing the player to read up on the story and gameplay features, as well as giving close-ups on the starring characters that come from an avant-garde cast of Persona users of the series. Along with this is a new trailer for the game, which we have embedded below and shines a spotlight on a certain heroine making her debut in the series.

 

Will you be picking up this title? Did you play the original title in this spin-off series? Let us know in the comments, or on Facebook and Twitter, and check back for more coverage of Persona Q2 and other Atlus titles.

 

 

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is due for release for Nintendo 3DS on June 4th 2019. Why not preorder a copy? EU/US

 

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