Persona 5’s New Merch Line is a Great Way to Show Off Your Love For the Series
Persona 5 is getting a brand new line of clothes from Insert Coins, featuring threads inspired by the stylish Phantom Thieves'.
Atlus has partnered with Insert Coin Tees to create a brand new lineup of Persona 5 t-shirts, varsity jackets, and hoodies. The designs are based off the clothes from the main party members, both their uniforms and casual wear. You can check out the images of the merchandise below and order or preorder here:
The clothes, much like the video game, exudes an air of charm and style. Not to mention how accurate some of the recreations are, which is unfortunately a rarity in licensed merchandise. Just know that this level of quality comes at a price — literally. Prices range from about $25 to $100 for the most expensive item, a Joker-themed jacket.
Atlus recently revealed the third full-length trailer for Persona 5 Royal, All of the party members got a new introduction trailer for Persona 5 Royal: Joker,Kasumi, Ryuji, Ann, Yusuke, Makoto. Futaba, Haru, and Morgana. Goro’s trailer was shown during the game’s first live stream, where Atlus most notably talked about streaming restrictions. There’s also a brand new trailer featuring Challenge Battles, new events, and the Fusion Alarm system.
You can learn how to make some delicious Persona 5 vending machine themed drinks (alcoholic of course). And if you want drinks (and food) that are a bit more official, travel over to Tokyo and visit the Mystery Palace for an escape dungeon and exclusive menu items.
PS4 exclusive Persona 5 Royal launches on October 31 in Japan and in Spring 2020 in the west. Meanwhile, more info on PS4, Switch Musou game Persona 5 Scramble will come on October 24. Meaning it won’t get any new announcements at Tokyo Game Show 2019.
If you haven’t gotten around to playing the original title yet, you can purchase Persona 5 here.
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