Persona 5 Is Getting An Epic New Line Of Clothing Merch
Despite having been released a few years ago now, the love and appreciation for Atlus’ Persona 5 is still going strong, due in no small part to the impending release of the definitive edition of the game, Persona 5 Royal. Now, developer Atlus has teamed up with Insert Coin to release a brand new line of clothing merch in celebration of Persona 5 and the game’s Shujin Academy.
Insert Coin recently updated its website to include a collection of upcoming clothing merchandise for Persona 5. Available to view right here, the collection features a number of t-shirts, hoodies, and a stellar Phantom Thieves ‘Take Your Heart’ souvenir jacket. Check out some of the collection pieces below:
Another interesting bit of fan service is that each piece features a color that goes with the character it’s based on. For example, Ann’s hoodie shown above is shown in ‘Panther White’ which of course references her Panther Persona. There’s also a Velvet Room t-shirt that comes in Igor Blue. Each piece is now available for pre-order, with prices ranging from $25 to $100.
This likely won’t be the last batch of Persona 5 merch that gets released. With Persona 5 Royal arriving next month in Japan and in early 2020 for the West, chances are there’ll be loads of new goodies that will likely also feature some of the game’s new additions, like the Phantom Thief Kasumi Yoshizawa. Additionally, the spotlight will also likely shine a bit brighter on some of the characters from the original game that didn’t get much screentime, like Goro Akechi, so we’ll likely see new merch surface for them as well.
Persona 5 Royal releases in the West in early 2020.
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