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Persona 4 Golden Limited Run Games Physical Editions Revealed, Pre-Order Go Live On October 27

The 2023 run for the Golden edition of Persona 4 is. set to conclude on December 10th

Limited Run Games announced it was doing a limited physical run of Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden a couple of weeks back. Still, at the time, we only got details of what was coming in the physical edition of the third Persona entry. That changes as the online storefront has revealed what’s coming in its Persona 4 Golden run, and we have some excellent stuff coming currently on Limited Run Games’ site.


Like the Persona 3 Portable physical release, Limited Run Games offers three unique editions to fans of the 2012 expanded edition with price ranges starting at $59.99. The first one is the standard edition, which comes with the base game for PS4, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. The $69.99 Golden Grimoire Edition is for you if you feel like splurging a bit more money. This $10 more expensive edition comes with more than the standard edition, including the base game, a slipcover, a Grimoire book box, and a steelbook case.


Now it’s time for the Persona 4 Golden’s Big Daddy collector edition, the Midnight Channel Edition, which comes in a whopping $199.99. Anyone who picks up this one will get everything in the other editions plus the Lenticular Midnight Channel Box, Persona 4 Golden official soundtrack, a premium trading card set, Yu Naurkami’s glasses and display stand, All Out Attack 3D Shadow Box, Metal Teddie Statuette, Persona 4 Golden ending photo and a Midnight Channel Pin.

As always with Limited Run Games, this is only for a limited time, with preorders going up next week on October 27th and will conclude on December 10th, meaning when it’s gone, it’s gone. Persona 3 Portable’s Limited Run is ongoing but won’t be for much longer, with it set to end on November 12th.

Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden are currently available digitally on PC (Steam and Microsoft Store), PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch, and PSVita’s legacy digital storefront.