Two weeks ago, I focused on the first copy Persona 5 Royal, we expect to probably spend a few hours exploring some new things. Now I have finished the second hole of the game and have begun to embrace something new: I would say, somehow, I will add some more back Persona 5.
It really helps that we are currently in post-workout night trouble and working from home for Responsible Social distancing (I wear one coat for two weeks straight exercise), but again, there is something about Persona 5. It’s about the music, the vibe, the style, the rhythm. It is a comforting feeling to take care of the Palace a week or two before the deadline, and spend lots of time hanging out with your friends. That reminds us of what it was like on the days when people would actually go to restaurants.
Persona 5 Royal, sort of overpriced the role-playing game of 2017, will be out March 31 for PlayStation 4. From what I've seen so far, the changes are many but small. New decline here; improved quality of life there. In the pits, you can use the new grappling hook tool to find hidden roles that lead you to a wealth of choice. Each Palace now has three Will characters – things like skulls that cool your little SP – and collecting them all will get you a fantastic addition. Finding all the Will Seed in the first hole, for example, will get you a Ring of Lust, which allows the user to cast a spell to cool Diarama.
There are a thousand other versions to be given to anyone who has played Persona 5. New Personas, special feature enemies, new Confidants, new chat tweaks, a new mechanic (Madarame is annoying now), a new Tokyo location to explore, new cutscenes, and much more that I haven't seen yet. Personas now have additional bonuses in the form of a Feature that can be moved every time you use them, and there are all kinds of new locations that have emerged over time. Also, Morgana no longer tells you to sleep every night, which is probably the best change of all.
No changes or tweaks in between Persona 5 Royal
If you don't play Persona 5, this doesn't work – from what I've played so far, In royalty is the surest version of this game. And if you they were you've played it, but the thought of isolation alone has convinced you that it's probably a good idea to spend a few more hours of your life playing Persona 5, well, this is a great time.