Persona 3 Reload Leak Suggests Surprise Expansion Pass and The Answer DLC

Rumors are swirling about an unannounced Expansion Pass for Persona 3 Reload, based on recent datamine. The game is set to receive six DLC updates, which will infuse the game with new music, costumes, and allegedly, the much-requested The Answer chapter from Persona 3 FES, centered around the character Aigis.

Some fans of Persona 3 Reload have expressed disappointment over the absence of content from the game’s FES and Portable editions despite the critical acclaim and strong player engagement. However, a recent leak might offer some solace, particularly for fans of the original FES version. An X user named @ruinedsteg0 revealed that datamined information from the game files hints at the potential inclusion of Episode Aigis and an accompanying BGM set, suggesting that Persona 3 FES might be integrated into the remake.

The rumored Expansion Pass for Persona 3 Reload is said to include six DLCs, which will offer new in-game items, costumes, and music tracks. Some of these elements are inspired by Persona 4 Golden and Persona 5 Royal. This marks a change in strategy for Atlus, as they have typically released new content through new game versions at full price rather than via DLC for existing titles. It’s worth noting that Atlus has confirmed no plans to create an extended version of Persona 3 Reload similar to Persona 5 Royal.

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