Persona 5 Royal Lands English Trailer to Celebrate E3 2019

Persona 5 Royal Lands English Trailer to Celebrate E3 2019

Persona 5 Royal lands an English version of the announcement trailer to celebrate E3 in style, a perfect watch for those who love the game's voice actors.

Excited for the incoming return of The Phantom Thieves with the enhanced version of Persona 5? Yeah, we are too. And while they may not have a showfloor presence at E3, Atlus and Sony couldn’t resist stealing our hearts once again. With this in mind, Persona 5 Royal got an English version of the original reveal trailer, including some English dubs to keep us satiated.

The video was posted by the official PlayStation YouTube account earlier this morning–part of their slow-drip news approach for E3 2019. Notably, nothing is really new in the trailer, especially if you had been keeping track of the original version of it when it released in late April. However, if you’ve grown to love the English voice actors and the characters, there is no reason not to re-watch the trailer again.

There are a ton of reasons you should be getting hyped about Persona 5 Royal, even if you are like us and have played the game multiple times. For one, there has been a ton of chatter of the new red-headed party member Kasumi that adds some extra endgame fun. Even better for development nerds, we found out that Director Daiki Itoh — the savant behind Persona 4 Golden will be manning the helm with the development team.

For those of you holding out that we may get a late announcement that this is coming to Nintendo Switch, don’t hold your breath. Atlus recently re-confirmed that Persona 5 Royal will be a Sony exclusive, however they will be helping people port over all DLC from the previous game.

As mentioned in the trailer, Persona 5 Royal comes exclusively to PS4 for both the West and in Asia in 2020 — no specific release date has been offered. Meanwhile, the original version of the game (Persona 5) is available on both PS3 and PS4 now, and is worth playing if you never got the chance to. Check out the full English version of the trailer below: