The Art of Persona 5 Art Book Delayed to September 26, 2017

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The Art of Persona 5 art book was previously announced for a June 27, 2017 release date in North America and Europe, however it is now listed for a September 26 release date on the Prima Games official website.

This book is likely to be a localization of the art book released in Japan on December 26th, 2016, however the page count listed on Amazon is lower, with 432 pages instead of 512.

Content

  • Character Gallery: Includes compelling artwork of the main characters and their personas, plus personal data never before released in English!
  • Concept Art: Loaded with initial character concepts, rough sketches, original drafts, and illustrations—a must-have for Persona fans!
  • Game Visuals: Chronicles the inspiration behind graphics seen in the game, including setting illustrations, story scenarios, and other key images.
  • Illustration Gallery: Magazine covers and posters collected in one convenient location.
  • Creator Commentary: Interspersed with exclusive details and little-known tidbits straight from character creator Shigenori Soejima!

Amazon Product Pages

Description

  • Name: The Art of Persona 5
  • Pages / Format: 432 pages / paperback
  • Release Date: September 26, 2017
  • Price: MSRP is $39.99 US, currently listed at $27.84 US
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prima Games

  • Dammit! I was looking forward to have it on my hands by the end of this month T_T Fun fact: it’ll now release exactly on my birthday.

  • MDBunny

    First the game gets delayed, and now the art book gets delayed?

    • Paketwach

      Delayed and got content, 80 pages worth, cut.

      Fuckin’ hell.

  • friendly neighborhood_dude

    I read about the September release but I didn’t want to believe :(

  • Didn’t notice the 80-page thing until this article came up. :(

  • ScarredBushido

    wow…even art is getting cut out of books lmfao

  • Kafka, Esq.

    Delayed to December now.