SMT V: Vengeance Nahobeeho Credit Card Stickers
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Atlus offering SMT V: Vengeance Nahobeeho Credit Card Stickers

Atlus is offering Nahobeeho credit card stickers to fans who sign up for the Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance newsletter. The offer is available until May 20, 2024 or while supplies last.

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Ordering the stickers requires signing up to Atlus’s newsletter for SMT V: Vengeance, called the “Godhood Guild”. This will require you to input your name, email address, date of birth and country, after which a further email will be sent to you by the sticker supplier. The offer is only valid while stocks last, however, and are limited to a single order per household. Two stickers are to be provided, decorated with the logos for Atlus and the game itself, as well as featuring Nahobeeho prominently.

Nahobeeho is demon set to feature in the upcoming SMT V: Vengeance, who is apparantly one of the series’ iconic Jack Frost fairies that has chosen to emulate the main character, called a Nahobino.

You can see the Nahobeeho Credit Card stickers sign-up announcement below:

Back in April, 2024, artist Masayuki Doi commented on some of the details behind the Nahobeeho demon, who was revealed to be playable in a previous trailer for SMT V: Vengeance. Atlus has also been releasing several trailers showcasing new and returning demons ahead of the games release.

The Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance Nahobeeho Credit Card stickers are available to those who sign up for the game’s newsletter before May 20, 2024, or while supplies last. The game itself is set to release on June 14, 2024, for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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