Atlus recently announced that Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night will be launching on May 24, 2018 in Japan for PS4 and PS Vita, along with the limited edition sets and tracklists for each game during a Christmas Eve event that was held in Japan.
Both games will cost 7480 yen (approx. RM270) for the PS4 version whereas the PS Vita version will cost 6980 yen (approx. RM250). Atlus also announced that both games will come in limited edition sets- Persona Dancin' All-Star Triple Pack for PS4 and Persona Dancin' Deluxe Twin Plus for PS Vita. Here are the details for both sets as translated by Gematsu from the Persona Dance official website.
Persona Dancin' All-Star Triple Pack- 16,880 yen (approx. RM610)
A physical copy of Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night for PlayStation 4
A physical copy of Persona 5: Dancing Star Night for PlayStation 4
A digital copy of Persona 4: Dancing All Night for PlayStation 4 with high-resolution graphics
There are no plans for a general release of Persona 4: Dancing All Night for PlayStation 4
If you purchased downloadable content from the PS Vita version of Persona 4: Dancing All Night, it will be usable in the PlayStation 4 version
The PlayStation 4 version of Persona 4: Dancing All Night will not support cross-save with the PS Vita version
Package art illustrated by Shigenori Soejima
Full Soundtrack (four discs, over 60 tracks)
Persona Dancin' Deluxe Twin Plus- 15,780 yen (approx. RM570)
A physical copy of Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night for PS Vita
A physical copy of Persona 5: Dancing Star Night for PS Vita
Atlus Selection Assorted Costumes DLC Set worth 2,400 yen (approx. RM90) for Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night
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