Persona 5 Royal Limited Edition PS4s and DualShock 4 Controllers Are Coming to Japan
If you just can't get enough Persona, the upcoming Japanese launch of Persona 5 Royal will feature limited edition PS4s and controllers.
If there is anything that the Persona series has been known for, especially Persona 5, it’s the series’ penchant for flashy and stylish visuals. With the upcoming release of Persona 5 Royal in Japan, that love of stellar visuals is extending to a series of limited edition consoles and controllers to celebrate its launch.
During Tokyo Game Show 2019, Sony officially revealed a line of limited edition PS4 consoles and DualShock 4 controllers that will coincide with the release of Persona 5 Royal in Japan when it launches next month. Specifically, this will include two limited edition PS4 models and a PS4 Pro, along with two DualShock 4 controllers.
The 1TB PS4 Pro model comes in white and features special artwork of Joker and the Phantom Thieves on the top of the system, and also comes with a Morgana-themed white DualShock 4 controller. In addition to the console and controller, the system, which will retail for 44,980 yen, also includes a special cover art for Persona 5 Royal and a set of five Persona 5 postcards.
The two Limited Edition base PS4 systems for Persona 5 Royal are available in either white or black and feature artwork with either Morgana or Joker, with a corresponding DualShock 4 controller to go with them. Both PS4 systems also include the special cover art and Persona 5 Royal art prints, while purchasers can get either system in 500GB or 1TB configurations for 34,980 yen or 39,980 yen, respectively.
While the DualShock 4 controllers are included with the purchase of the systems, Sony detailed that the controllers will also be available for purchase individually for around 6,980 yen. A discount of 500 yen is also available when purchasing one of the Persona 5 Royal Limited Edition console bundles and an extra controller through the Sony Store.
Persona 5 Royal will release exclusively for PS4, with the game to arrive in Japan on October 31, 2019, followed by a western release in spring 2020. For a closer look at the limited edition PS4 consoles and DualShock 4 controllers coming to Japan, you can check out the images below: