Persona is a series of role-playing video games created by Atlus which made its debut in 1996. Eight more console titles arrived in the meantime and the publisher has announced that Persona 5 is development. This actually the sixth installment in the series, being part of the Megami Tensei franchise and last month was released in the US. Now, the game is heading to Europe, but it will be published by Deep Silver (Homefront: The Revolution).
As we were saying, Deep Silver will distribute Persona 5 across Europe and this partnership with Atlus will be in both companies’ advantage. Atlus is relying on Deep Silver to publish two other titles: Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse and 7th Dragon III Code: VFD. But Persona is a more popular series and fans liked especially the third and fourth entries, because they combined a social simulator and dungeon crawler, offering great effects.
Persona 5 will arrive on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, on September 15 in Japan and on February 14, 2017 in the rest of the world. The game will have improved visuals and players will explore a new city while taking the role of a silent protagonist. He attends a high school in Tokyo and throughout the year, he attends many events and festivals, until he teams up with a group of students and use the mysterious object called Isekai-Navi to enter other worlds and steal malicious intent from people’s hearts.
Likewise previous entries from the series, Persona 5 uses a turn-based combat system and a central part of combat is using Personas, which are summoned through a character’s mask and can be attained through demon negotiation. Players need them to knock enemies down and they are allowed to ask them to join as a Persona. In this game are offered long-range and short-range weapons.
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