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Catherine: Full Body Demo Out Now in North America and Europe

Catherine fans in North American and European regions can finally get their hands on the enhanced version of the title via a free trial. The demo for Catherine: Full Body, with its file size coming in at around 5GB, is currently available to download on the PlayStation Network.

Since the demo launched today, there’s currently no word on what it features. Unfortunately, the description on the PlayStation Store doesn’t offer much in the way of detailed information, either. However, the demo that launched in Japan this past January did allow players to venture into Catherine’s first two days. Perhaps it is identical to the one being offered in Western territories?

Catherine: Full Body launched in Japan on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in February earlier this year. Unfortunately, Western audiences won’t receive a PS Vita version of the enhanced title. However, fans in Western territories will be able to bring home a couple of different editions. One is the Launch Edition, which costs $59.99 and features a special steelbook case. Heart’s Desire Premium Edition serves as Catherine: Full Body’s collector’s package. For $79.99, fans who purchase the Heart’s Desire version will receive a steelbook case, original soundtrack, hardcover art book, collector’s box, and sheep plushie. Preorders are already live online and at brick and mortar retailers.

The game’s Western launch will also bring with it Persona 5 DLC in the form of the “Joker & The Phantom Thieves Commentary Pack.” Thanks to this extra content, Persona 5’s Joker will feature in Catherine: Full Body as a playable character in the title’s the Colosseum and Babel modes. Ryuji, Ann, and other Persona 5 characters will tag along, as well. They, however, won’t be playable. Rather, these characters will offer their expert commentary as players make their way through Catherine’s puzzle segments.

Catherine: Full Body comes to North America and Europe in a little over a month on September 3rd.

[Source: Gematsu via ResetEra]