Enjoy your first look at Labrys, Sho, Ultimax and Catherine DLC costumes for Persona’s dancing games

By on May 4, 2018 at 4:00 pm
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Its time for another showdown with Sho… on the dance floor!?

It appears that recently-announced Virtua Fighter costumes won’t be the only fighting game tie-ins coming to ATLUS’ Persona 3: Dancing Star Night and Persona 5: Dancing Moon Night. A recent Famitsu scan provides us with our first look at upcoming DLC characters Labrys and Sho Minazuki, as “Yasogami’s Steel Council President” and “The Rule-Smashing Pun Machine” trade in the battlefield for the dance floor, complete with Sho’s Ultimax stage recreated as a dance backdrop. Ayana Taketatsu and Kenichi Suzumura will both reprise their roles. The pair will be available in both P3D and P5D.

In addition, Mitsuru Kirijo, Aegis, Akihiko Sanada, Ken Amada, Junpei Iori, and Fuuka Yamagishi will be receiving their updated designs from Persona 4 Arena and Ultimax, as DLC costumes, with all playable characters, including Elzabeth, Labrys and Sho also receiving their “Player 2 Colors” as yet another alternative outfit to cut a rug in.

Finally, the cast of Persona 5: DSN will be getting DLC costumes from another ATLUS title and FGC favorite: Catherine. Ann Takamaki and Makoto Niijima take the outfits of Catherine and Katherine McBride, respectively, while protagonist Ren Amamiya portrays Vincent Brooks. The remaining Phantom Thieves cosplay as Vincent’s friends, with Ryuji Sakamoto taking the role of Orlando Haddick, Yusuke Kitagawa dressing like Jonny Ariga, Futaba Sakura donning the mechanic outfit of Tobias Nebbins, and Haru Okumura rocking Erica Anderson’s waitress uniform. Morgna gains a Sheep costume.

You can see the Famitsu scans and additional images below.

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Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night will both be released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Japan on Thursday, May 24th. Details on DLC release dates and pricing, as well as localized releases have not yet been revealed.

Source: Persona Central (2); Persona_Central (Twitter) via Famitsu 

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