Persona 5 The Royal Official Design Works
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Persona 5 Royal Official Design Works Book Pre-Orders Open

Atlus and Kadokawa revealed a new Persona 5 Royal book that will feature 2D artwork and 3D models from the game. Titled Persona 5 Royal Official Design Works, the book will appear in late March 2024. Pre-orders for the book have also opened on select Japanese web stores, with one of them supporting worldwide shipping.

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With a total of 272 pages, the book will contain illustrations and CG models while including commentaries from the production staff. It will also feature two long interviews with P-Studio’s creative staff that provide more insights into the title’s development process.

The book is available for pre-order on Amazon Japan, which supports international shipping with the item priced at ¥3,520 (~$23.48). A more complete ebten DX Pack has also appeared on Atlus D Shop, which at ¥6,270 (~$41.85) adds a B2-sized hanging tapestry and a badge of Violet in Picaresque Mouse form. However, the latter store does not include the set in the WorldShopping widget’s list of items eligible for overseas shipping.

The Persona 5 Royal Official Design Works book will be available on March 28, 2024. It will feature 2D and 3D art from the enhanced version of the 2016 RPG Persona 5 which appeared first on PlayStation 4 in Japan in 2019. Persona 5 Royal has also been available on the PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC worldwide since 2022.


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