Atlus Teases P5R, More Details Coming in March

Atlus has officially teased P5R, an upcoming project related to 2017’s Persona 5. The details of the project are currently unknown; the available information consists of a thirty-second teaser trailer and the teaser website, with both promising that more details will be released in March 2019.

In other Persona 5-related news, Atlus revealed that the final part of the animated adaptation of the game will be broadcast in Japan in March 2019. Persona 5 the Animation: Stars and Ours is a special animation that follows the 26-episode animation broadcast earlier this year and Persona 5 the Animation: Dark Sun… special that was broadcast today. Finally, Atlus’ 2019 Persona-themed music concert has been officially titled “Persona Super Live P-Sound Street 2019: Welcome to No. Q Theater!” and will take place on April 24 and 25, 2019, at Ryougoku Kokugikan in Tokyo.

Persona 5 is the latest title in Atlus’ spin-off to the Shin Megami Tensei series. The game was released in North America and Europe for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in 2017 and was heavily featured in RPGamer’s 2017 Awards, winning Game of the Year.




Source: Gematsu


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  1. mooserocka mooserocka says:

    Ug another 1000 spinoffs of beating a dead horse which is persona 5 then we will get 6 10 years later. Im really over how they do this ; /

    • Krull Krull says:

      Is Persona 5 a dead horse already? For me, this is only an issue if it stays on PS4. If P5R comes to other platforms, whether that’s Switch, PC, Xbox, 3DS or Atari 2600, then it’s a lively, bucking bronco.

      I agree that 10 years is too long to wait for Persona 6 – but it does the series no service if Atlus starts pinging them out every year or two. A refresh like this is a good way to keep Persona top of mind for another couple of years while they work on P6. Before then, we at least should get Shin Megami Tensei V on Switch. Yay!

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