Persona 5 Royal (English / Chinese version) listed for February 20, 2020 release on PlayStation Stores in Asia

Western release date likely to be officially announced on December 3.

Persona 5 Royal

Listings for a Persona 5 Royal (English / Chinese version) have appeared at Asia-based PlayStation Stores such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Indonesia with a release date for February 20, 2020. Pre-orders include the Persona 5 Royal Morgana Car sticker.

Atlus U.S.A. has been teasing a Persona 5 Royal announcement for west for tomorrow, December 3. With the appearance of an English-supported version releasing on February 20, 2020, it is likely the planned announcement is a release date for the west.

Here is an overview of the game, via its store pages:

That which must be changed must first be stolen. Persona 5 Royal is finally here!

Persona 5, the picaresque JRPG that sold over 2.7 million copies worldwide, winner of numerous game industry awards, returns with extra features and content! A brand-new playable character and expanded school year allow players to explore previously untold stories!

Live your best student life with newly added events and activities. After class, new enemies and gimmicks will test your skills as a Phantom Thief. Be careful though, palaces and treasure may not be the same as you remember them!

Persona 5 Royal first launched for PlayStation 4 on October 31, 2019 in Japan.

Thanks, Persona Central.

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