Following the launch of the game’s second official trailer, Atlus released Morgana’s fourth Travel Report for Persona 5 Scramble. The latest video shows the Phantom Thieves in Okinawa, as well as the game’s cooking and request systems.
New screenshots and images have been released concerning four recently-introduced Phantom Thieves. Updates to the game’s official site provide further information on the cast members.
Student council president Makoto Niijima is the focus of the latest Persona 5 Scramble trailer. Her Persona-slash-motorbike Johanna gives Makoto the ability to ride through Shadows.
The latest Morgana Travel Report focuses on the northern Japanese city of Sapporo. In addition to showing the icy dungeon players will have to contend with, the update also features details on how players can strengthen their Personas.
Haru gets the spotlight in the latest Persona 5 Scramble character trailer. She will join her fellow Phantom Thieves in cutting through Shadows across Japan in 2020.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder when Yusuke Kitagawa joins the other Phantom Thieves with his own dedicated trailer. Persona 5 Scramble is due out in Japan in February.
The Phantom Thieves have revealed when they plan to strike again in North America and Europe. Persona 5 Royal will be coming west in March.
Atlus has followed up its latest character trailers with some new screenshots. The images show Ryuji, Morgana, and Ann in action.
Ann Takamaki is the latest Phantom Thief to get her own Persona 5 Scramble trailer. She will be taking her whip across Japan when the game launches next year.
Atlus released Morgana’s second Travel Report for Persona 5 Scramble. The new video shows the Phantom Thieves’ trip to Sendai and the character growth options in the game.
The Phantom Thieves’ feline member is the focus of the latest Persona 5 Scramble trailer. In addition to his smaller regular form, Morgana can also use his van form to run down enemies.
Ryuji Sakamoto is the third character to get their own Persona 5 Scramble trailer. The action spin-off/sequel hits Japan in February.
Now that Persona 5 Royal is out in Japan, Atlus turns its attention to Persona 5 Scramble, hosting its first livestream for the game. The two-hour presentation provided the first gameplay footage, as well as other media and details for the game.
Atlus has announced a release date for Persona 5 Scramble, its upcoming action RPG being developed with Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio. The game will act as a sequel to Persona 5, with the Phantom Thieves’ summer vacation interrupted by a new Palace-related incident.
Morgana’s Final report on Persona 5 Royal introduces the new My Palace feature. There is also news on some DLC, including challenge battles against the previous two protagonists in the series.
Atlus has unveiled the opening movie for Persona 5 Royal. The Phantom Thieves smash some buildings before their newest member dances in the rain.
Atlus has released Morgana’s fifth report for Persona 5 Royal. The new video shows new additions to Persona 5’s daily life and Velvet Room areas, as well as the first look at the game’s title screen.
What happens when the Shin Megami Tensei concepts are extended into other series, such as Etrian Odyssey and Fire Emblem? We get interesting fusions like the first Persona Q and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, both of which are the focus on this episode.
With Persona 5 Royal a couple of months from release in Japan, Atlus provided another official trailer and a character trailer for Joker. There is also a teaser that information about Persona 5 Scramble will be coming in October.
Takuto Maruki will join the cast of Persona 5 Royal as a student advisor. In addition to his role as a counselor at Shujin Academy, he also acts as a Confidant under the Consultant Arcana.