Almost three years after Persona 5 first launched in the West, the enhanced and expanded Persona 5 Royal is out today. The original Persona 5 had some glaring and stilted localization issues, no doubt as a result of a rush to translate the dialogue-heavy game in time for the Western release just six months later. But with Persona 5 Royal, it seems the localization team at Atlus USA have had the time to give the original translation another pass, even re-recording voice lines where necessary. Even better news for European audiences is that Persona 5 Royal is the first title in the series to support French, Italian, German and Spanish text and subtitles. One of the biggest localization changes is from the two gay characters you first encounter when you visit Shinjuku for the first time. So rather than hitting on him, they whisk him off for the RuPaul treatment.
Persona 5 Royal
There Are New Story Segments and an Additional School Term
Persona 5. Persona 4 Original Soundtrack. Persona 3 Original Soundtrack. Persona 4 The Golden Original Soundtrack. Persona 5 - Sounds of Rebellion. I thought this only came out on PS4 but it's listed on Switch, I'm not sure if this is a mistake or intentional.
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Persona 5 Royal carries on this tradition, as a massive expansion to an already massive game. Persona 5 originally started development as a PS3 game, which held it back a bit visually when it was ported over to PS4 development as well. Royal has been developed specifically for PS4, with the game's style redone to more closely match Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight. While it's technically the same base game, there are a massive number of changes. These range from small UI changes to entirely new characters not present in the original. Persona 5 Royal could easily be considered a new game, especially since the story is being altered. Here's every major change in Persona 5 Royal. Kasumi is a talented gymnast who enrolled at Shujin Academy around the same time as the protagonist. She's been worked into the story at every step, and is also a new Confidant for the protagonist to befriend, although she only has five ranks instead of ten.
In a developer interview summarized in a post by ryokutya , it was teased that around 20 new BGM songs have been added to Persona 5 Royal. Following the recent news on the file size , the back of the case also showed that NexTone, a Japanese company, will be in-charge of some of the themes in Persona 5 Royal. Among these include three songs which were often played in their trailers, teasers, and reports. While there are various lyricists that contributed to the songs, the others who worked on them were the same group that did Persona 5, namely the composer Shoji Meguro, vocalist Lyn Inaizumi, and Atlus, the rights holder. Colors Flying High is a brand new song played during the opening theme. It also played during the E3 Trailer.