Atlus revealed their DLC lineup for Shin Megami Tensei V! Demi-fiend from Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne returns in the “Return of the True Demon” DLC (980 yen). In this DLC, Nahobino faces off against the Fiends in various battles such as Daisoujou, Mother Harlot and Matador. Fans also get to face off against Demi-fiend himself in a serious challenge.

“A Goddess in Training” DLC (450 yen) involves Artemis, a goddess who stops Nahobino at Tokyo Tower. She wants a powerful training partner and it’s up to the protagonist to fulfill her request. Clearing this DLC allows players to recruit Artemis and unlock her demon fusion.

“The Rage of the Queen” DLC (450 yen) involves Cleopatra as she’s stripped of her status at Bethel Egypt. Completing Cleopatra’s request allows Nahobino to recruit her and unlock her demon fusion.

“The Doctor’s Last Wish” DLC (400 yen) involves Mephisto and a Bethel researcher who’s gone missing. Nahobino seeks out the researcher only to find Mephisto. Fulfill certain requirements in this DLC to recruit Mephisto and unlock his demon fusion.

Various Mitama DLC will be sold which greatly increases the spawn rates of these demons. The Mitama Dance of Wealth, Mitama Dance of EXP and Mitama Dance of Miracles DLC each cost 350 yen. All of the aforementioned DLC releases alongside Shin Megami Tensei V on November 12th worldwide. Atlus also re-confirmed the Safety difficulty DLC is coming to the game for free and the game features New Game+ for those eager to start a second playthrough. Players can choose to transfer data to a new playthrough in two ways: Newborn or Reborn. Newborn transfers demon compendium and enemy analysis information while Reborn transfers protagonist level, skills, demons, Macca and more for an easier time.

The next trailer for Shin Megami Tensei V releases sometime within the next week. Lastly, Shin Megami Tensei V will be featured in the next issue of Famitsu releasing on October 28th. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news and updates!

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