Atlus has uploaded three new Persona 5 extensive gameplay videos played by different Japanese media outlets.
Originally, these videos were shown during the “Take the Treasure” event live stream, showing off a montage of daily activities and combat footage.
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The “Phantom Thief Life” section of the official Persona 5 website has been updated with two new sections for the game’s Mementos dungeons and fusion in the Velvet Room.
Aside from the main scenario, players will receive free quest “missions.” These will take place in the vast “Mementos” special dungeons, randomly generated each time they’re entered.
To navigate the large expanse, Morgana transforms into a vehicle called the “Morgana Car” to explore the dungeon.
Fusion merges two personas together to create new personas. It is a ritual requiring one to “execute” their old self to bring about a new, stronger self.
In addition to fusion, the Velvet Room provides a variety of tools. One of them is “special training,” where personas placed in an isolation cell will learn skills to overcome their own weaknesses.
Persona 5 is slated to be released for the PS3 and PS4 in Japan on September 15, 2016. It will release in North America and Europe on February 14, 2017, and in traditional Chinese in 2017.