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Persona 5 Royal Has Persona 3 & 4 Protagonists As DLC Battles, Details My Palace Feature

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Atlus released The Morgana Report’s final video for Persona 5 Royal. It highlights the “My Palace” customization feature as well as a look at DLC including “Challenge Battles” featuring Persona 3 & 4 protagonists.

 

Check out the above video for The Morgana Report’s last video.

 

The above is a look at a trailer highlighting the “My Palace” feature.

 

Here are more details on My Palace:

 

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“My Palace” is a place that takes shape from the player’s memories. You can place items and completely change all the decorations of My Palace.

 

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You can change into a character of your choice in My Palace.

 

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Decorative items and ornaments are customized using the “Palace Maker.” You can purchase items using “P-Medals.”

 

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P-Medals come from “Awards” which are essentially achievements. You can get them for various accomplishments in daily life parts and battle.

 

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By placing items in My Palace, you’ll have different friends show up. They have dialogue that you’ll only see here, so that’s part of the fun in unlocking various items.

 

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“Archive” allows you to check out movies, BGM, and illustrations.

 

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In the Play Area you can play Daifugo with the others.

 

Lastly, we got some info on DLC:

 

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The protagonists of Persona 3 and Persona 4 will appear in Challenge Battles as DLC for Persona 5 Royal. These are extra tough fights that puts Joker and friends up against the protagonists.

 

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DLC costumes from other Atlus games will also appear, but we’ll see more on that later.

 

Atlus announced that it’ll host a pre-release livestream for Persona 5 Royal on October 30, 2019 starting at 7:00pm JST.

 

Persona 5 Royal releases for PlayStation 4 in Japan on October 31, 2019. The game releases in the West in 2020. Check our previous report for a look at Kasumi’s introduction in the prologue.

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