Atlus officially unveiled Persona 5 Royal, an enhanced version of Persona 5, during the Persona Super Live P-Sound Street 2019 concert in Tokyo, Japan.
According to the game’s Japanese website (via Gematsu), the upcoming enhanced release will introduce a new character called Kasumi Yoshizawa, who transferred to Shujin Academy the same year Joker moved to Tokyo and is not a fan of the Phantom Thieves’ methods. There’s also a new confident called Takuto Maruki, a part-time school counselor who is hired after events involving a teacher at the academy.
Other changes include a new area to explore called Kichijoji, new date spots, new songs, a third semester at Shujin Academy, and support for PlayStation 4 Pro.
Atlus also released a new trailer for Persona 5 Royal that offers a brief look at some of these new additions. Watch it, as well as a teaser for the Western release, below:
Persona 5 Royal launches October 31st for PlayStation 4 in Japan, with a Western release to follow in 2020.