Atlus is as of now chipping away at numerous Persona 5 related ventures and have been gradually discharging new data. Toward the end of last month they uncovered the full name for Persona 5 R which wound up being Persona 5: The Persona 5 The Royal, they likewise flaunted a trailer which guaranteed more data on April 24. Prior this month the official site for Epic is Back with Fortnite’s End Game was refreshed, which additionally guaranteed more data coming in on April 25, multi day after the other game.
Fortunately for all fans we’ve have figured out how to get some selective data from our sources on Persona 5 The Royal, Persona 5 S and Persona 5 A. This is what we know up until this point:
Persona 5: The Royal
- Is an upgraded form of the first game with new substance
- There’s a “extensive new epilog”
- New characters basic to the story, incorporating the young lady found in the past trailer
- There will be a Female MC (who isn’t the young lady from the trailer)
- New Personas and Social Links
- The source guaranteed the game will have “a huge load of new substance”
- PS4 Exclusive
- Atlus needed a (synchronous) overall delivery however that will not be conceivable because of the sheer measure of new substance
Persona 5 S
- The source has heard that Atlus has been dealing with an immediate Persona 5 port for the Switch, which won’t highlight the improvements of Persona 5 The Royal
- There is anyway discuss some Nintendo elite substance
Persona 5 A
- The source guarantees that an Arena title for Persona 5 has been in progress for some time now
- The accepted Persona 5 Arena should deliver sooner yet designer Arc System Works was excessively occupied with Dragon Ball FighterZ and its post delivery content
- Presently the studio is wrapping up Granblue Fantasy Versus for Cygames, which set to deliver not long from now for PS4
- The game will run on a cycle of the Dragon Ball FighterZ motor (which upholds the Switch)
Timeline of Persona 5 Arena Mentions
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Developer Interview (Feb. 2015)
The “Persona 4 Arena and Ultimax: Super Official Design Works” craftsmanship book was delivered in April 2015. The book incorporated a designer meet held in Best Legendary Weapons of the Realm Royale, soon after the arrival of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (or P4U2) variant 2.00 in Japanese arcades in January 2015.
Inside this meeting, Atlus chief Kazuhisa Wada and Arc System Works chief Takumi Iguchiya had the accompanying to say in regards to the fate of the Persona 5 The Royal Arena arrangement and Persona 5:
Please tell us about future development in the P4U series.
- Wada: Most importantly, I’d prefer to request that you play Persona 4: Dancing All Night (chuckles). Through the P4U arrangement, I plan to plant different seeds in the realm of the Persona arrangement, so I might want to keep on doing different things later on.
- Iguchiya: I saw the PV of Persona 5, and I believed that it was truly cool.
- Wada: When Iguchiya saw the P5 PV, he quickly said, “I like the changes! It’s useful for battling games.” (snickers)
- Iguchiya: When I originally saw it at the live show setting, the advancement staff and I were eager to say, “This is fitting for battling games.”
- Wada: I’ve been related with Arc for quite a while, and I trust we can explore new territory together later on.
- Iguchiya: Thank you without a doubt.
Arc Revolution Cup 2016 (Oct. 2016)
Atlus chief Persona 5 The Royal was available during the Arc Revolution Cup 2016 battling game competition on October 15, 2016.
During the honor function where the included games’ chiefs introduced decorations to the competition champs, Wada had the accompanying to say about a Persona 5 Arena:
Kazuhisa Wada: Regarding a Persona 5 Arena title… We’ve quite recently wrapped up placing our everything into Persona 5 itself, so it’d must be something we’d talk about sometime later.
However, I unquestionably need to get it going. I’d value it if everybody made their voices heard and sent their solicitations concerning this.
Atlus 2017 Online Consumer Survey (Feb. 2017)
In the Atlus 2017 online buyer overview delivered in February 2017, Atlus requests individuals’ advantage in a Persona 5 battling by posting the accompanying in an inquiry posing to what explicit Persona arrangement titles players would need to see:
- New Persona battling game for “Persona 5”
Persona 5 Arena Domain Registration (Apr. 2017)
In April 2017, Atlus enrolled various Persona related site area names. A significant number of these area names were trailed by genuine games, for example,
- P5D.JP for Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight and P3D.JP for Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight (both declared 4 months after the fact)
- PQ2.JP for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (reported 4 months after the fact)
- P5R.JP for Persona 5 The Royal (prodded 20 months after the fact, reported 23 months after the fact)