Persona 5 is available now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, with a Nintendo Switch version rumored to be in the works, and Persona 5 the Animation can currently be found streaming on Crunchyroll.
In GameSpot's Persona 5 review, Lucy James awarded it a 9/10.
Announced as a surprise drop for New Year's was Persona 5R, and with its reveal came absolutely no information about the upcoming title other than the fact that it existed.
Atlus has announced Persona 5: The Royal for the PlayStation 4 following the unveiling of a teaser for "P5R" back in December.Читайте также: Several dead after blast rocks China chemical plant
MysticDistance on Twitter translated the teaser, stating that it opens with a male character (presumably Akechi) asking the mysterious girl what she thinks of The Phantom Thieves. I don't think the Phantom Thieves' methods will make the world a better place or help anyone. As of now, we don't know exactly what will be new in this version, though it's likely the girl with red hair will be heavily involved - whether she be a new playable character or antagonist. "In the end, I think those are things you must fix yourself". Interesting. From the short glimpses we can see of the character, you can see she's wearing the Syujin high school uniform our ragtag bunch rock in Persona 5.
The official Persona 5 website has been updated and now features the new trailer as well as some new information about the game.
While further details on what the game is weren't provided, Atlus has teased that more will be revealed on April 24 during the live concert event Persona Super Live 2019.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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