Nov 19, 2016 04:50 AM EST
"Persona 5" will get a dual audio feature when it launches in the West. Atlus also introduced two more characters of the video game.
"Persona 5" gets dual audio
According to the official website of Deep Silver, "Persona 5" will be getting dual audio, which means players have the chance to choose between Japanese and English audio whenever they want. The dual audio feature will be available as a first day DLC and it will be free forever.
"Persona 5" gets delayed
Due to the new development that Atlus has revealed, they have deemed to delay "Persona 5's" release date to April 4, 2017 in the United States, Europe, and all PAL regions simultaneously. The game publisher insisted that due to the amazing success of the game in Japan, they want to make the best effort for their fans.
Atlus wants to meet the gold standard for the English localization, which meant redoubling QA, and return to the studio to record previously unvoiced lines. They do not want to rush the game, which meant they needed to move the release back for the last time.
"Persona 5" introduces two more characters
Atlus has revealed two more characters of "Persona 5," which are Yusuke Kitagawa and Makoto Niijima. Kitagawa attends the Kosei High School and joins the Phantom Thieves after a very fateful event involving his art mentor and idol Madarame. He has the codename of Fox and he harnesses his love of true beauty to help the group.
Makoto Niijima is Shujin Academy's overachiever, a straight-laced honor student, and the student council president. She carries the codename of Queen, she has a strong sense of morality, and she will do what she can for a righteous cause. She is also the strategist of the Phantom Thieves.
"Persona 5" free PS4 theme and avatar
According to the official blog of PlayStation, to compensate for "Persona 5's" delay, they have released a PlayStation 4 theme of Ryuji Sakamoto and avatar. After 24 hours, PlayStation Network will take it away again and will be available later.
Check out the "Persona 5" Introducing Yusuke Kitagawa video below:
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