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With the release of Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance coming up, it seems Atlus has deemed that players are not interested in the original version anymore. Released exclusively on the Switch in November 2021, Shin Megami Tensei V will be delisted from the eShop alongside all of its DLC on June 13, 2024. Atlus made the announcement a few days ago and while no reason was given for the delisting, it likely has to do with the newest version being made available.

While a situation like this isn’t as dire as other delistings, it still feels a bit shortsighted. SMTV: Vengeance will include the original SMTV campaign and its DLC alongside new features, but that doesn’t mean players will prefer that version. There could be balance changes in Vengeance that the original handles better, etc. Physical versions on Switch will still be purchasable, but anyone who opts for that won’t be able to obtain the DLC after its delisting.


Here is a list of everything that will vanish from the eShop on June 13:

  • Shin Megami Tensei V
  • Shin Megami Tensei V + DLC Bundle Set
  • DLC Bundle
  • Hitoshura and the Nine Demons
  • goddess training
  • queen’s tomb
  • The Doctor’s First and Last Wish
  • Mitama Kagura/Millionaire’s Dance
  • Mitama Kagura/divine dance
  • Mitama Kagura/Experience Dance 
  • Added difficulty level “Safety” (free)


As with other delistings, owners of said content will be able to redownload it after it is removed. There doesn’t seem to be a sale going on at the moment, so if you want to grab any of this, you will have to shell out full price.

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Written by Peter Glagowski

Peter has been a freelance gaming and film critic for over seven years. His passion for Nintendo is only matched by the size of his collection.