Persona’s 25th anniversary website in Japan has quietly added two new announcements to the event’s timeline that has many fans speculating.
Persona’s 25th anniversary has been shared with lots of new announcements and content coming soon for the hit RPG series. Amid recent confirmations of the return of the annual “Persona Super Live” concert later this year, collaborations with games like Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania last year, and Persona’s version of Persona. 4 Arena Ultimax in March, ATLUS has been slowly releasing more breaking news to celebrate their iconic brand. Now with the rest of the information yet to be announced, ATLUS has finally hinted at more announcements to be revealed this year.
Despite recent leaks that Persona 4 Golden will be available on Switch and PS4 after coming to Steam in 2020, and rumors that Persona 5 may be headed to Xbox, ATLUS has yet to officially confirm the information. about any new traditional Persona game coming up, be it an old one or Persona 6. However, a recent update to the Japanese 25th anniversary website has revealed a timeline of the game. they suddenly added two new mysterious announcements, listed with the phrase “coming soon”.
The Japanese website for the Persona series’ 25th anniversary recently saw a new update that has fans speculating. The timeline already has nondescript announcements set for June and later in August as well as another mysterious announcement, with the update leading many to believe that ATLUS is hinting at the announcements that will be made. present at the previously announced “Persona Super Live” event. No official statement has been made by ATLUS regarding the supplement.
While no confirmation has been made about a future Persona game from ATLUS, locating the announcements in the timeline suggests more details behind these updates may be coming. eyes in the summer. Both additional announcements are placed between the June and fall announcements, with an ambiguous time period that could suggest these latest announcements could be scheduled for an October concert. for a future Persona game that will follow in the footsteps of past Persona concerts, similar to how the developer announced Persona 5 Royal in concert in 2019.
ATLUS’s mysterious new announcements come as speculation is running rampant among fans about the future of the Persona RPG series. A recent report from ATLUS says the company is looking to expand the Persona brand globally, targeting more platforms than before. Furthermore, the rumors of the Persona game coming to more consoles have been boosted by recent releases like the Switch-specific Shin Megami Tensei 5 and the upcoming remake. of Soul Hackers 2 on Xbox. ATLUS will obviously have more surprises for fans throughout the rest of 2022 about the projects they are cherishing.