This also includes a brand new and very large location named Kichijoji to explore that comes complete with a new club, jazz bar, temple and a host of other locations, providing even more immersion into this realised version of Japan.
The main campaign has also been expanded with two new confidants that further expands the story; rest assured this is not simply a GOTY edition, this is a hugely overhauled experience that packs a lot more into an already expansive game.
There is also a new thieves den where you can listen to the awesome soundtrack, deck it out with various statues of unlocked personas and watch cut-scenes again, amongst a variety of other things to do.
Almost every aspect of this game has been overhauled, with new conversations included along with dialogue choices. I could write forever about all of the new minor tweaks that enhance the flow and gameplay, but instead, I can assure you that this is the best version of Persona 5, and I didn’t think the original could get much better.
There is quite a lot added to this version that truly makes it worth the buy, and seeing as this is already a very lengthy and deeply involved game, it provides even more of a chance to get lost in the world and commit to daily life. I find this title hard to put down, it does a superb job of drawing you into the world and lives of these characters.