Atlus Art Exhibit 2019 Recap Video


Atlus USA has released a recap video for the Atlus Art Exhibit 2019, held from August 17 to September 1, 2019 in collaboration with Art Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles.

During the opening event, a panel was held featuring Atlus artist Shigenori Soejima with a Q&A session, which can be read here. At the end of this panel was the announcement of a Spring 2020 release window for Persona 5 Royal in the West.

As part of Soejima’s visit, Game Informer held an interview with the Atlus artist about his design process on previous and upcoming projects.

Tribute art and official art displayed at the exhibit, featuring the Catherine and Persona franchises, can be seen in a previous post. More information on the Atlus Art Exhibit can be found on the official Art Gallery Nucleus website.

Press Release

IRVINE, Calif. – August 30, 2019 – Opening night for the ATLUS Art Exhibit 2019: Persona 5 Royal & Catherine: Full Body featuring Shigenori Soejima stole the hearts of everyone who attended!

After a brief Q&A in which Soejima-san explained some of his influences for fan-favorite designs in Persona 5 Royal and Catherine: Full Body, a brand-new trailer was shown announcing a Spring 2020 release date for the West for the highly-anticipated Persona 5 Royal!

For fans who attended the event – it was an incredible day filled with stunning art from both Soejima-san as well as select pieces of tribute art sourced from the community, towering Big Bang Burgers and adorable Morgana Desserts from the Okamoto Kitchen food truck, and more! Get a look at just some of the day’s festivities in our official Recap Video.

Thanks to everyone who attended, and look forward to the Western release of Catherine: Full Body next week and more news about Persona 5 Royal in the near future!

About the ATLUS Art Exhibit 2019: Persona 5 Royal & Catherine: Full Body featuring Shigenori Soejima:

Running from August 17 – September 1, 2019, the exhibit features incredible pieces of art by Shigenori Soejima and the ATLUS Art Unit, centered around the developer’s most recent and upcoming hits, Persona 5, Persona 5 Royal, and Catherine: Full Body. The gallery is free to visit up through September 1 – get more information at