Persona 5 The Night Breakers is a 41-minute Drama CD that came bundled with the Japanese home media release of Persona 5 The Animation The Day Breakers.
- Japan: December 7, 2016
Persona 5 The Night Breakers
Ann volunteers to goad the burglars into eavesdropping on her regarding Leblanc's "subpar security." Ryuji, the protagonist and Morgana attempt to talk her out of this because of her poor acting skills.
Yusuke sincerely praises Ann's acting skills because she managed to deceive him during the events of Madarame's Palace. Ryuji remarks that Yusuke was probably too distracted by the prospect of Ann posing nude at the time to realize how bad her acting really was.
Makoto figures out that the burglary ring is, at the very least, partially motivated by the thrill of committing a crime rather than just the profit. She points out that the burglars steal things they can't easily sell, like alcohol, and take objects likely intended to be trophies.
Haru makes a conscious effort to keep her schoolmates from discovering she's wealthy. Implied to be an almost-daily occurrence is Haru declining an employee's offer to chauffeur her to school and instead taking the public train.
Futaba condemns the burglars for letting their phones auto-connect to Leblanc's free wi-fi network. This allows her to hack several members, accessing their microphones and cameras.