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Persona 5 the Animation Receives New Blu-Ray Set and English Dub

Persona 5 The Animation

Aniplex has released a trailer for their upcoming Blu-Ray release of Persona 5 the Animation, featuring a new English dub and bonus content.

Persona 5 the Animation follows the events of the original Persona 5 video game, where Ren Amamiya and his friends become Phantom Thieves- diving into the minds of corrupt adults and “stealing their hearts” to make them change their ways.

According the the official site, the upcoming Blu-Ray release will include:


Bonus Content

  • Textless Opening & Endings
  • Commercials and Trailers
  • SP1 “Dark Sun…” Trailer
  • SP2 “Stars and Ours” Trailer

*Bonus content subject to change. *Bonus content include English subtitles.

Bonus Materials & Package

  • Illustration Card Set

*Bonus Materials and package subject to change.


You can find the new English dub trailer below.

You can find the rundown.

ABOUT
Ren Amamiya is about to enter his second year of high school after transferring to Shujin Academy in Tokyo. A strange incident triggers the awakening of his Persona, and alongside his friends, he forms the “Phantom Thieves of Hearts” to change the hearts of corrupt adults by stealing the source of their distorted desires. Meanwhile, cases of psychotic breakdowns have been popping up one after another… Living their ordinary high school lives in Tokyo during the day, the group stalks the bustling metropolis of Tokyo as the Phantom Thieves by night. It’s time for the curtains to rise on this grand, picaresque story!

CAST:
Ren Amamiya: Jun Fukuyama / Xander Mobus
Ryuji Sakamoto: Mamoru Miyano / Max Mittelman
Ann Takamaki: Nana Mizuki / Erika Harlacher
Morgana: Ikue Otani / Cassandra Lee Morris
Yusuke Kitagawa: Tomokazu Sugita / Matt Mercer
Makoto Niijima: Rina Satoh / Cherami Leigh
Futaba Sakura: Aoi Yuki / Erica Lindbeck
Haru Okumura: Haruka Tomatsu / Xanthe Huynh
Goro Akechi: Soichiro Hoshi / Robbie Daymond

Persona 5 the Animation is available via streaming on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and September 29th on Blu-Ray, with a retail price of $298.98 USD.

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