Prepare for the award-winning RPG experience in Persona 5 Royal, now available for the Nintendo Switch system!
After a traumatic incident, the protagonist is forced to transfer to a high school in Tokyo. There, he has a strange dream which will change his life forever. Now, with the goal of “rehabilitation” looming overhead, he must save others from distorted desires by donning the mask of a Phantom Thief—a group of do-gooders who can change corrupt desires and upheave the city (with a little bit of thieving) and change the world in Persona 5 Royal.
- Explore Tokyo, unlock Personas, customize your own personal Thieves Den, experience alternate endings, and more.
- Live a double life! During the day you will attend classes as a regular student and enjoy various after school events. At night, you will don the mask of a Phantom Thief, stealing the hearts of corrupt adults — such as a teacher who senselessly torments his students or an artist who embraces stealing the works of others.
- Includes over 40 items of previously released downloadable content.
- Choose between Japanese and English VO.
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