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Persona 3 Reload: here is the trailer for the DLC, the “Expansion Pass”

The secret hour of Persona 3 Reload is about to get longer: the game will receive DLC, a real expansion pass according to the trailer

Comes from Atlus confirmation of a real one expansion pass with which to expand the cornucopia of contents present in Persona 3 Reloadand the trailer reveals that the DLC starts as early as this month. From the 12 Marchin fact, new elements will be added to the game, culminating in theEpisode Aigis -The Answer- (union of the original name and the English localization of the epilogue) a September. In addition, subscribers to Xbox Game Pass will enjoy the expansion without additional costs. What’s coming next Tuesday, so? It’s easy to say: some songs from the fifth and fourth chapters of the saga will become part of the soundtrack. We list them below without further ado, before moving on to the video.

  • “Life Will Change”
  • “Beneath the Mask”
  • “Kichijoji 199X”
  • “Gentle Madman”
  • “I believe”
  • “Keeper of Lust”
  • “Blooming Villain”
  • “Victory”
  • “Backside of the TV”
  • “Game”
  • “Junes Theme”
  • “Heaven”
  • “Long Way”
  • “Revelations: Mitsuo”
  • “The Almighty”
  • “Results”

Rich DLC, I’m stuck with it: the promise of one last surprise in the Persona 3 Reload trailer

A maggioThen, the DLC planned for Persona 3 Reload will be further updated with the following songs, as well as Igor’s Room-inspired costumes for the characters as revealed in the trailer. The songs are:

  • “Electronica In Velvet Room (“P4D” ver.)”
  • “Battle Hymn of the Soul (t.komine REMIX “AT 1st” P3D-EDIT ver.)”
  • “Battle Hymn of the Soul (Daisuke Asakura Remix)”
  • “Battle Hymn of the Soul -USH ver.-”
  • “Dance Hymn of the Soul (Disco In Velvet Room)”

Curiously, the presentation video placed more emphasis on the “final bomb” of the roadmap than the minor content coming first. After all, however, it is still a question ofepilogue of the game, suspiciously absent in the remake at launch. The producer Kazuhisa Wada defined the game as “incomplete” without its epilogue, despite the ending being sold separately outside of Game Pass subscriptions. You can read what we think of the base game in our review.

Now it’s up to you to tell us your opinion: were you waiting for this confirmation? Let us know below, and as always don’t forget to stay on for all the most important news for gamers and beyond. For your purely gaming needs, you can instead find the best discounts in digital format on Instant Gaming.

Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.