Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Announced for North America and Europe

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Today, Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight or as its known in Japan, Dancing Star Night, got a new trailer finally confirming that the game is coming West in Early 2019.

The title will feature 25 unlockable tracks consisting of all the funky beats you know from Persona 5. There’ll be a mixture of remixes as well as original tracks from the game that players can fall in love with all over again. The game will feature a bunch of cute unlockable costumes for all of the main characters from Persona 5.

If you’re unfamiliar with the Persona dancing games, the original was a PS Vita exclusive based on the characters and music of Persona 4Players watch their favorite characters dance with one another in iconic locations from the game worlds as they input different buttons as notes go by. So basically what you expect out of a rhythm game, but with the amazing soundtrack of Persona 5. 

Persona 3: Dancing Moonlight was also announced for the West today, you can check out the new trailer for that as well. You’ll also be able to switch between English and Japanese voice-overs. Atlus has also said that both titles will be playable at this year’s E3.

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight will be available in the West in Early 2019. The games will be available on both PS4 and PS Vita. You can check out the new trailer for Dancing in Starlight down below:



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