Atlus is building up the hype over “Persona 5” ahead of the game’s U.S. release next week. The Japanese video game developer and publisher just announced the release date and pricing for all DLC packs of the game.

On Thursday, Atlus issued a press release via Gamasutra that since “Persona 5” is launching next week, it has gathered all information about the downloadable content for the game in one place. A lot of additional content are coming to players this April and more are expected to come in the future.

Part of the massive amount of downloadable content are the Skill Card Set, Swimsuit Set and the Healing Item Set. Players who want to dress up some characters should also look forward to the Costume & BGM Special Sets from the previous games, “Persona 4’s” Dancing All Night Costume & BGM Special Set as well as the Regular Clothes & School Uniforms Set.

Almost all of the DLC packs are releasing in April. For those who are looking forward to getting their hands on the Messiah & Messiah Picaro Set, the Catherine Costume & BGM Special Set and the Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha Costume & BGM Special Set, they need to wait a little longer because these packs are scheduled for release on May 2, 2017.

Other content that are not arriving next month are the “Persona 5” Maid & Butler Costume Set and the “Persona 5” Christmas Costume Set. The former is scheduled for release on June 6, while the latter is set for release on July 11. Both are free content, so players should look forward to getting them once they are available. Many other packs like the New Difficulty Level Challenge, the Phantom Thieves Logo Morgana Car Sticker and the 20th Anniversary Logo Morgana Car Sticker are free DLC packs as well.

All DLC details are featured on Atlus’ official website, but the layout for the information seems to be too cumbersome for people who do not have the luxury of time to check them out one by one. Fortunately, Gamasutra’s version is in tabular form, so it’s best to check out all of the release dates and pricing details there. Just click here to check it out.

The sixth installment in the role-playing video game was released in Japan last Sept. 15, 2016. It is now scheduled for launch in North America next Tuesday, April 4. The game is said to have dual audio for both PS3 and PS4, as indicated on the PlayStation Blog.