Both Persona 5 Royal and 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim have been discounted thanks to an early Black Friday sale on PSN.
Atlus West pushed out a tweet on their official account promoting a digital Black Friday sale for two of its titles, Persona 5 Royal and 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, on the PSN Store. The former is currently 50 percent off while the latter, a brand new release from Atlus, is 30 percent off:
Jump into the Metaverse or a sentinel for less with these PlayStation Black Friday sales:
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim (30% off)https://t.co/DZdoKHwrvD
— Official ATLUS West (@Atlus_West) November 20, 2020
For those who haven’t purchased either game as of yet, this is an excellent opportunity to jump into two of the best PS4 exclusives of this generation.
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim released exclusively on PS4 on September 22th, following a short delay. It has Japanese and English voices, along with subtitles in English, French, Italian, Spanish, and German. You can order it on Amazon to support DualShockers and if you’re still on the fence, check out our in depth preview on the title here (with a full review coming soon). Also be sure read up on everything you possibly need to know about the title, which has been gathered in a handy article here.
Atlus has revealed that Persona 5 Royal’s worldwide sales have officially reached over 1.4 million copies sold since it was first released in Japan in October 2019, followed by its Western launch this past March. Additionally, Atlus also highlighted that the series’ total lifetime sales to date have reached over 13 million copies sold around the world. According to previous reports, Persona 5 Royal (the updated re-release of the original Persona 5) shipped over 400K copies in its first month in Japan. Royal also topped the sales charts in both Taiwan and South Korea. Plus, it was in the top ten for both the UK and US charts during its opening weeks.
You can read our review of Persona 5 Royal written by yours truly, in which I state that “Atlus has packed Persona 5 Royal full of new content that is sure to delight newcomers and even veterans of the original with a far more robust experience.” There’s also our post review discussion featuring myself and Video Manager Mario Rivera as we broke down some of our favorite parts of the game. And be sure to check out Staff Writer David Gill’s editorial detailing why the game reminded him of what he missed about college and why Staff Writer Peter Hunt Szpytek felt this was the game he needed in 2020.
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