Persona 5 Arena, in Atlus’ plans for an upcoming announcement?
Everything you need to know about Atlus’ Persona saga
Persona 5 bestseller, its definitive version (Persona 5 Royal) or its recent action spin- off, Persona 5 Strikers meant a before and after for this Japanese role-playing saga
It recently emerged that Atlus had renewed ownership of several internet domains, some of them unrelated to projects under development, although one of them caught the community’s attention: P5U.jp. What could these acronyms hide? The truth is they could be referring to a possible Persona 5 fighting game, a spin-off that would catch anyone off guard, since this is a formula Atlus worked with before. a few years, with the launch of Persona 4 Arena.
Combat is a formula that Atlus already worked with a few years ago, with the launch of Persona 4 Arena.
The truth is that Persona 4 Arena is usually abbreviated in Japanese as P4U, which some have already interpreted as proof that Atlus doesn’t at least rule out this long-awaited combat spin-off for Persona 5. The truth is that it is. would not surprise. everything that sees the success of the last installment; the saga seems at the moment touched by a wandIt would therefore not be unreasonable for Atlus to have even more unannounced plans.
Recall that Persona 4 Arena, a 2D fighting game originally released in 2012, was initially developed by Arc System Works, with great critical success. Persona 4 Arena included characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4, with a total roster of 13 characters.