Adachi, Marie, and even Hatsune Miku Coming to Persona 4: Dancing All Night as DLC More characters! More music! 09.26.15 - 7:40 PM
Persona 4: Dancing All Night may not be available yet, but Atlus wants you to know it already has plans to continue adding content to the game after release. We know of three characters being added as DLC, along with media and details on their partners and bundled songs!
First up is Tohru Adachi, who partners with Yu, dancing to the tune of 'The Fog (ATLUS Konishi Remix)'. Here is - in Atlus' words - the "scruffy haired, cheerful, sadistic detective" in action:
Next up is Marie, who first appeared in Persona 4 Golden for PS Vita. Marie's song of choice is 'Break Out Of...(Shihoko Hirata & Lotus Juice)' which she grooves to with partner Margaret at her side. Check her out here:
Finally, Hatsune Miku took a break from her own rhythm games to make an appearance here, and she seems like a perfect fit for the colorful dance-fest that is Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Like Adachi and Marie, she comes bundled with a song, 'Heaven feat. Hatsune Miku (ATOLS Remix)'. In addition, she has accessories to customize her hair and eye color, as seen here:
Check out several screenshots of all three bonus characters in our Persona 4: Dancing All Night gallery. One of these characters and their accompanying tracks will become available weekly, following Dancing All Night's release: Marie releases on October 6th, Adachi on October 13th, and Hatsune Miku on October 20th. Atlus also has a DLC page on the game's website, that lists all of the available DLC, which is thankfully either cosmetic (colorful wigs!) or substantial like these song/character combos.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night releases on September 29th for PS Vita. The standard version will retail for $49.99 USD, with a special limited launch edition available, alongside the $79.99 "Disco Fever" edition, complete with soundtrack, Vita pouch, Teddie keychain, and bundled DLC. Both the Disco Fever and launch editions will come with a custom PS Vita skin/decal, and 10 character-themed Vita wallpapers.
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