Atlus announce the full list of DLC for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, and release a new trailer showcasing the game’s returning heroes.
Always the bridesmaid but never the bride. Nintendo’s consoles are no stranger to the Persona series, but never get the mainline entries in Atlus’ popular RPG franchise. Last week it was confirmed that muse game Persona 5 Scramble is coming to the Nintendo Switch, but there was no news of Persona 5.
It’s also easy to forget the Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is also on the way, particularly as the game is an exclusive for the ageing Nintendo 3DS. Nonetheless, it’s more Persona content, so we won’t grumble too much.
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth features a new story based on Persona 5 protagonist, Joker – who is also a guest fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – as well as appearances from Persona 3‘s S.E.E.S. and the Investigation Team from Persona 4.
Atlus has also released the full list of the game’s downloadable content. Add-ons start at $0.99 for accessory upgrades, and top out at $2.99 for Battle BGM and Navi sets.
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth DLC list
- Sub-Persona: Orpheus Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Messiah Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Thanatos – $1.99
- Sub-Persona:Thanatos Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Izanagi Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona:Magatsu-zanagi – $1.99
- Sub-Persona:M.Izanagi Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Kaguya – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Kaguya Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Ariadne – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Ariadne Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Tsukiyomi – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Tsukiyomi Picaro – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Asterius – $1.99
- Sub-Persona: Asterius Picaro – $1.99
- Navi: Elizabeth & Theodore – $2.99
- Navi: Margaret & Nanako – $2.99
- Navi: Justine & Caroline – $2.99
- Battle BGM: Persona 3 Set – $2.99
- Battle BGM: Persona 4 Set – $2.99
- Battle BGM: Persona 5 Set – $2.99
- Accessory: Experience Up – $0.99
- Accessory: Money Up – $0.99
- Accessory: Encounter Control – $0.99
- Item: Level Up Set – $0.99
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will be released for the Nintendo 3DS on June 4, 2019.
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