Atlus’ Persona series has a rough relationship with Nintendo, with the Big N’s consoles typically getting spinoff titles only. That’s, unfortunately, looking like the case with Persona 5 on Nintendo Switch as well. (Worse fates have befallen Persona 3 and Persona 4 as far as Switch releases go.) But you can at least recreate the series’ fantastic costumes on your Animal Crossing: New Horizons island. We’ve pulled together enough Persona Animal Crossing codes from throughout the series to make a Shadow blush (if that were, y’know… actually possible).
As always, make sure you’ve got the Able Sisters’ shop up and running and a Nintendo Switch Online subscription so you can access the shop’s terminal and download codes.
Persona 3 Animal Crossing codes
We’ll kick things off with Persona 3, the first game in the series to introduce Social Links and home of the intrepid Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad. First up is the protagonist, both male and female, including male and female versions of their starter Persona, Orpheus. If you’ve never played Persona 3 Portable, you may still know the female protagonist from 2019’s Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth.
The rest of the S.E.E.S. is present for roll call as well — except Fuuka, for some reason.
There’s Junpei’s Persona 4 Arena alt-outfit too.
It’s impossible to mention Persona 3 without the original Velvet siblings.
Persona 4 Animal Crossing codes
With Persona 4: Golden recently released on Steam (still not on Switch sadly), some of these outfits and dancing duds from the Investigation Team might look familiar.
Can’t talk about Big Bro without lil’ Nanako too.
You can be the whole bear with this Teddie hat and coat combo.
If you’ve played through the True Ending of Persona 4, then you know who this is.
Persona 5 Animal Crossing codes
Steal hearts in fabulous style with these Persona 5 codes.
We’ve got two variations of Joker’s Phantom Thief attire — a long coat and a regular long-sleeve shirt.
Joker’s dysfunctional family wouldn’t be complete without the dapper Sojiro Sakura.
And that naturally means Futaba as well, with all her many outfits.
The rest of the Phantom Thieves are all present and correct too.
It’s admittedly a bit random which Confidants are deemed worthy enough for outfit codes. With that in mind, here’s Iwai, Hifumi, and the newest addition, Takuto Maruki.
Good job, everyone!
We’ve got some inspired-by designs too.
And finally is the one and only, the real and true Sayuri.
Other Persona Animal Crossing Codes
We’ll round things off with a handful of additional Persona codes from the first two games that aren’t quite as well known. These first two are uniforms from the first Persona game.
Persona 2 was divided into two parts, Innocent Sin and Eternal Punishment. Each has its own protagonist, even though the stories intertwine, and Innocent Sin‘s is Tatsuya Suou.
His look changes for Eternal Punishment.
Then we have Eternal Punishment‘s heroine, Maya Amano.
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