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Persona 3 Reload and Red Tokyo Tower Collaboration Announced

Atlus has announced a collaboration between it and RED° Tokyo Tower commemorating Persona 3 Reload. The event will take place on December 22, 2023, and run through January 28, 2024.

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A new key visual for the event is available on Atlus’s Personal Channel website. It shows Minato and Aigis posing next to the Tokyo Tower. The Tokyo Tower has a pale green illumination thanks to it being the Dark Hour, and you can also see the UI design for the Dark Hour in the top right. A clock motif and butterflies appear next to Minato and Aigis.

As a note, Red Tokyo Tower is also holding a collaboration event with Persona 5 Tactica. This will end on December 21, 2023, so the Persona 3 Reload event at RED° Tokyo Tower will occur immediately after. During the event, you have the chance to purchase collaboration tickets, which will not only let you enter RED° Tokyo Tower but will also get you exclusive items such as postcards. 

There will be a digital tapestry you can look at and original and official goods. You’ll also be able to order drinks from a collaboration menu and get limited coasters. Finally, if you visit Club 333, you can watch clips from Persona 3 Reload.

Persona 3 Reload is in development and will come out on February 2, 2024, for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC. The Persona 3 Reload event at RED° Tokyo Tower will start on December 22, 2023, and end on January 28, 2024.

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