Shin Megami Tensei SMT V Vengeance drinks by Chimney
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Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance Chimney Drinks Will Appear

Chimney Group revealed that it will produce and sell new drinks inspired by characters and demons from Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance. The drinks will be available for a limited time from late July 2024 and throughout August 2024.

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The list of characters and demons featured in this lineup will be the same as the ones picked earlier by RED° Tokyo Tower. However, the drinks offered will be different.

Nahobino’s non-alcoholic fusion drink will see a combination of clear soda marking the protagonist and blue jelly representing Aogami. Meanwhile, the Qadistu-themed red drink will contain alcohol and come with separate bamboo charcoal powder that can turn the drink black to depict the group’s vengeance.

Both of the above drinks will be available at the same tax-inclusive price of 759 yen. A parfait dessert themed after Jack Frost’s Bufula spell and priced at 803 yen will complete the lineup.

In addition, people who purchase all three drinks simultaneously will be able to receive a bonus holographic sticker for free while stocks last. Atlus and Chimney Group have yet to reveal the sticker’s design as of this announcement.

The new Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance-themed drinks will be available at Chimney Group outlets across Japan from July 23, 2024, until September 1, 2024. Sales in each outlet may end earlier if it has run out of stock.

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