Persona 5 Royal Reveals New My Palace Mode

Persona 5 Royal's My Palace mode works as a customizable gallery mode you can explore using characters other than Joker and play mini-games.

October 3, 2019

Atlus revealed new information regarding PS4 exclusive Persona 5 Royal. The information was shared by Morgana in his usual Morgana’s Report Virtual YouTuber like videos. This 6th video, published on October 3, was also the final one.

In the video, Morgana started by answering fan questions. He most notably revealed the new Lyn song we can hear in the second trailer is titled “I Believe”, and plays at certain parts of the new story part starting January.

Next, Morgana introduced My Palace mode. This is the gallery mode Atlus previously teased which lets you rewatch cutscenes, illustrations and listen to BGMs from the game. However, it’s much more than a simple gallery mode. My Palace can be decorated with various things, and you can customize its appearance. You can also explore My Palace controlling any other of the Phantom Thieves besides Joker.


Items, decorations and new functions for My Palace are earned in the Palace Maker, a vending machine using P Medals. For example, BGMs need to be bought with P Medals. You earn P Medals by filling certain objectives during your daily life or in battle, and they’re similar to easy PS4 trophies requirements. You can check all the ways to earn P Medals in a list.

As you grow the My Palace, cognitive versions of Joker’s comrades will also appear. You’ll get to experience unique and unexpected dialogues scenes this way.

Lastly, you can also play the Japanese card game multi-millionaire with the other characters. You get P Medals if you win.

Atlus recently revealed Persona 5 Royal‘s opening animation movie and new title screen. You can also watch the beginning of the game here. 

We also recently translated the video messages from Joker’s seiyuu Jun Fukuyama and Kasumi’s seiyuu Sora Amamiya.

Persona 5 Royal launches on October 31 in Japan and might launch in March 2020 in the west.

Iyane Agossah

Living near Paris, Iyane (He/Him) is the head of Japanese content at DualShockers. He speaks Japanese, has been loving anime and Japanese games for over 25 years and plays Genshin Impact for its story and exploration. You can reach him on Twitter at @A_iyane07.

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