Persona 5: Dancing Star Night Story Detailed, New Mode Unveiled

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu revealed some interesting new information on Persona 5: Dancing Star Night. It was previously known that the game wouldn’t have a traditional story mode, and now we know what will be replacing it. The new offering is called a “Commu” mode, and will allow players to talk to different characters. This is also where players can learn about certain requirements, which will give them new costumes if they manage to fulfill them.

The issue also gave the core setup for Dancing Star Night. The Persona 5 gang finds themselves in a new area called Club Velvet, which is controlled by the twins Justine and Caroline. They then announce that they’ll be throwing a party, and then it’s up to the Phantom Thieves to fulfill their request. It’s certainly more lighthearted than Persona 5.

View the Persona 5: Dancing Star Night tracklist below:

  • Rivers in the Desert
  • Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There (Jazztronik Remix)
  • Keeper of Lust
  • Blooming Villain (Atlus Konishi Remix)
  • Hoshi to Bokura to (Tofubeats Remix)
  • Tokyo Daylight (Atlus Kozuka Remix)
  • Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There
  • Rivers in the Desert (Mito Remix)
  • Blooming of Villain
  • Life Goes On
  • Price
  • Whims of Fate (Yukihiro Fuktomi Remix)
  • Beneath the Mask (KAIEN Remix)
  • Will Power (Shacho Remix)
  • Last Surprise (Taku Takahashi Remix)
  • Haha no Ita Hibi (Atlus Kitajoh Remix)
  • Life Will Change (Atlus Meguro Remix)
  • Jaldabaoth~Our Beginning
  • Last Surprise
  • Life Will Change
  • One Nightbreak
  • Rivers in the Desert (Persona Super Live P-Sound Bomb2017)
  • Hoshi to Bokura to
  • Last Surprise (Jazztronik Remix)

Persona 5: Dancing Star Night will release May 24, 2018 in Japan for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

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[Source: Famitsu via Gematsu]