$124.99 Persona 5 Ultimate Edition and Bundles Released in the Americas and Europe
Atlus USA released a rather pricey Ultimate Edition for Persona 5, including all the DLC, plus two bundles for those who already have the game.
If you missed on Persona 5 and all of its many DLC, Atlus is providing a further chance to get up to speed with one of the best RPGs of the year (or last year, if we consider Japan).
Today ATLUS USA released an Ultimate Edition for the game, and several bundles both in North America and Europe.
The Utimate Edition costs$124.99 for PS4 and $114.99 for PS3, and it includes the following:
- Persona 5 Game
- All Personas
- All Costume + BGMs
- Healing Item Set
- Japanese Audio Track
- New Difficulty Level Challenge
- Skill Card Set
The Costume + BGM Bundle is a more affordable $59.99, and it comes with the following goodies.
- Catherine Costume & BGM Special Set
- Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha Costume & BGM Special Set
- Persona 4: Dancing All Night Costume & BGM Special Set
- Persona 2 Costume & BGM Special Set
- Persona 3 Costume & BGM Special Set
- Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Costume & BGM Special Set
- Persona 4 Costume & BGM Special Set
- Persona 5 Christmas Costume Set
- Persona 5 Maid and Butler Costume Set
- Persona 5 Persona 20th Anniversary Logo
- Persona 5 Swimsuit Costume Set
- Phantom Thieves Logo Morgana Car Sticker
- Regular Clothes & School Uniforms Set
- Shin Megami Tensei if… Costume & BGM Special Set
- Shin Megami Tensei IV Costume & BGM Special Set
- Shin Megami Tensei: Persona Costume & BGM Special Set
Finally, the Persona Bundle (which doesn’t mean all the Persona games, but all the DLC persona for Persona 5) costs $19.99 and comes with the following DLC packages.
- Ariadne & Ariadne Picaro
- Asterius & Asterius Picaro
- Izanagi & Izanagi Picaro
- Kaguya & Kaguya Picaro
- Magatsu Izanagi & Magatsu Izanagi Picaro
- Messiah & Messiah Picaro
- Orpheus & Orpheus Picaro
- Thanatos & Thanatos Picaro
- Tsukiyomi & Tsukiyomi Picaro
Below you can see some images for all three bundles.
If you’re not familiar with Persona 5, you can check out my own very enthusiastic review. I certainly haven’t been the only one to enjoy the game, as our readers (IE: you) rated it highly as well.Famitsu readers went a step further, voting the game first best RPG of all time, and then best game of all time.