The launch of Persona 5 has been a success in Japan and proof of this are the 550,000 copies distributed for the game today. To celebrate, ATLUS has announced that it will release some DLC packs earlier than planned, and absolutely for free.
Atlus wants to thank the good reception given to its title in the Japanese country and has decided to celebrate with a series of DLCs that will be available completely free of charge. These DLCs contain a series of downloadable costumes very curious in nature.
The new J-RPG game from Atlus, Persona 5, has managed to reach 550,000 units distributed of the game in just two weeks. It has announced on its website, which has confirmed two new sets of costumes to celebrate the milestone.
The first DLC will include costumes and music of Catherine, the acclaimed puzzle game developed by ATLUS. This package will be free between 5 and 10 October, but after that it will cost ¥800 JPY (about $8 USD). In addition, the company will give away another swimwear package, which will be available from October 5.
To join the celebration, the artist Shigenori Soejima published a picture you can see below. Recall that Persona 5 will be available in the U.S. as of February 14, 2017, on PS4 and PS3.