'Persona 5' DLC Schedule Update: Price for new personas, cosmetics, music and more

'Persona 5' DLC Schedule Update: Price for new personas, cosmetics, music and more
Source: Push Square
Source: Push Square

The Persona series is known for it's iconic imagery and style. Each game has its own unique costumes for its main cast of characters. That's why Atlus — Persona's developers — are releasing the notable cosmetics from the previous games as DLC for Persona 5.

Some of the items will be released soon, and some are already available for purchase and download in the PlayStation Store. The Persona 5 DLC ranges from $1.99 for personas to $6.99 for the costume bundles. If you're looking for a specific item, let us help you find it.

'Persona 4' costumes and background music available for download
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Atlus

Persona 5 DLC schedule: Released DLC

As of April 18, the costumes and background music from Persona 2, Persona 3 and Persona 4 are available for download, as well as costumes from Persona's parent series, Shin Megami Tensei.

Izanagi from 'Persona 4' is available for download.
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Atlus

Personas from previous games are also available right now including: Thanatos, Izanagi, Magatsu Izanagi, Kaguya and Orpheus.

Persona 5 DLC schedule: Upcoming DLC

At this point, Persona 5 has DLC planned until mid-July, with plenty of awesome customization on the horizon.

Some of the future DLC will have new cosmetics, including costumes from Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Shin Megami Tensei IV

Costumes from 'Persona 4: Dancing All Night' will be available as DLC.
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Atlus

The upcoming persona downloads are: Ariadne, Asterius, Tsukiyomi and Messiah.

For a complete list of all the details, check out the comprehensive guide that Gematsu has put together.

More Persona 5 news, updates, tips and tricks

For more on the latest entry in the Persona series, check out the rest of what Mic has to offer. Here's a guide on how to capture Personas, and here's one on building relationships with the game's Confidant system. Here are some tips on beating the first boss and the second boss. Finally, here are the answers on some of the crossword puzzles.

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Rye Khosravi

Rye Khosravi is an Iranian-American gaming writer at Mic. His writing focuses on the intersection of gaming culture and social politics. He can be reached at rkhosravi@mic.com

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