Persona 5

Persona 5

Platform(s)
PS3 | PS3 (Digital) | PS4

Genre(s)
Role-Playing

The sixth main iteration in the long-running Persona series, Persona 5 follows a group of high school students (and a cat) who moonlight as the Phantom Thieves, out to reform society one rotten adult at a time. It is the most critically and commercially successful entry in the series, spawning its own franchise.

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Horse Armor
Minor DLC with no randomization involved. New items, equipment, abilities, etc.

Changing The Game
Content with gameplay-altering effects, buyable with real money

Detailed Info

Persona 5 features a large number of minor DLC packs, which come in two main flavors: Downloadable personas (basically, playable monsters; $3 each) and costume packs ($7 each).

Each Persona-pack comes with two slightly different versions of a Persona from an earlier game in the series. Each Persona has pre-set starting levels and statistics - some of them are powerful enough to easily trivialize large chunks of the game's combat.

Each outfit pack comes with a costume for each of the game's playable characters, a music track which can play during random battles, and an in-game accessory.

There are also a smaller number of free DLC packs, including an extra difficulty mode, some in-game consumables, and a small number of costume packs. The free costume packs do not feature battle music or accessories.

There are two DLC bundles available: one with all the downloadable personas ($20), and one with all the costumes ($60). A "Complete Edition" containing the game and all paid DLC is also available.