Persona 5 Limited Edition Goods

Persona 5 The Royal Limited Edition Goods Will Be Sold at Shinjuku Marui Men For a Limited Time

New Persona 5 merchandise is on the way. The limited edition goods will be sold at Shinjuku Marui Men. Yes, this collaboration event will only take place in Japan. And as you can imagine, these collaboration goods will be sold for a limited time. If you’re in Japan and want to get your hands on the merchandise, you can grab these items starting on June 25, 2020. These limited goods will be available to purchase until July 26, 2020. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Goods include a Makoto Niijima poster celebrating the character’s birthday, three silver rings carrying the motifs of Joker, Crow, and Panther, acrylic key chains, luggage tags, a postcard set, a coffee cup and saucer set, acrylic standees, and a card file. You can check out pictures of these Persona 5 limited edition goods below.

However, in addition to buying these goods, if you make a purchase ¥3,000 and have an EPOS card, you’ll be entered into a special lottery to receive a grand prize.

Persona 5 also has a collaboration with AMNIBUS. While certainly not as beefy, fans can get their hands on a limited edition Joker print. And fans of Persona 3 and Persona 4 will also want to take a look at the AMNIBUS collaboration for limited edition collector’s goods.

Persona 5 Royal and Persona 5 are immediately available on the PlayStation 4. Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is available on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Japan.

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