In Persona 5, the Phantom Thieves can enter the Metaverse through their smartphones to explore what Atlus calls "the 'collective unconscious' of all mankind." The Palaces within are a manifestation of peoples' most distorted desires, and they're the subject of the latest English game mechanics trailer after the jump.
Players in Japan have been enjoying the smooth grooves of Shoji Meguro's Persona 5 music since the RPG launched there in September, but we still have some waiting to do in the west. If you feel like sampling some of the songs, the 110-track, 3-disc original soundtrack is now out in Japan, and you can check out a 10-minute preview after the jump.
Persona 5 is on the way to PlayStation 3 and 4, but some folks may be holding out hope for additional platforms. Atlus and Sega of America PR manager John Hardin has certainly heard his fair share of requests, so he hopped on Twitter to put the kibosh on any speculation. Read on for more.
Earlier this month Atlus USA shared a trio of trailers introducing some of the business associates, AKA Confidants, that you can build relationships with in Persona 5. Now we have a spotlight on three more advantageous alliances, including Hifumi Togo, Sadayako Kawakami, and Toranosuke Yoshida. Check out their trailers along with their official descriptions after the jump.
While we continue the long wait for Persona 5's April release in the west, players in Japan are about to get a Christmas treat. Starting on December 21, a new Christmas Costume Set will be available to download for free as part of a five-day DLC campaign. Read on for more.
Atlus USA's latest English Persona 5 character trailer is here with a look at Haru Okumura, who finally gets a chance to break free of her controlling past once she joins up with the rest of the Phantom Thieves. Meet Haru, codenamed Noir, in the video after the jump, followed by a chat with her voice actress, Xanthe Huynh.
After taking a break with some Confidant previews, Atlus is back to the character introductions for Persona 5. The latest focuses on hacking whiz-kid Futaba Sakura, so check that out along with an interview with her VA Erica Lindbeck after the jump.
In the world of Persona 5, it's important to build relationships with "business associates" known as Confidants, which include party members and others around Tokyo. Developing bonds with them will unlock special skill bonuses, useful services, and more that will boost the Phantom Thieves, and Atlus is here to kick off the introductions. Meet the first three after the jump.
With the wait having been extended for Persona 5 as of last month, the new story trailer from Atlus USA is both a blessing and a curse. Digital pre-orders are now live on PSN, and those who throw down early will get the "Protagonist Special Theme & Avatar Set" and the in-game "Izanagi & Izanagi Picaro Set" Persona DLC. Read on for more.
Atlus followed up its livestream of Persona 5 today with some updates on the western release plans. First, the good news: Persona 5 will feature both Japanese and English voiceover options. As a result of dual audio, however, Atlus had to scrap the previously-planned Valentine's Day release. Read on for more, including three new videos.
The Atlus USA livestream of Persona 5 kicks off at 12:00pm Pacific Time, and Atlus paired the event with a new English trailer. This one shows the flip-side of the Phantom Thieves, including some of the game mechanics involved in their daily activities.
Persona 5's official English release comes on February 14, 2017, which marks the first time English-speaking fans have had a chance to check out the game in a manner in which they can understand. Hit the jump for more!
Following up on Ann Takamaki and Ryuji Sakamoto, Atlus is here with a Persona 5 English dub introduction trailer for Morgana, the cat mascot of the Phantom Thieves. Check it out after the jump, followed by a quick chat with Morgana's voice actress Cassandra Morris.