Persona 5 Royal, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 3 Portable Confirmed for Switch - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 01 July 2022 / 1,668 Views
Atlus has confirmed Persona 5 Royal, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 3 Portable will launch for the Nintendo Switch alongside the previously announced PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions.
Persona 5 Royal will launch on October 21. It is already available on the PlayStation 4. Persona 4 Golden and Persona 3 Portable will launch in 2023.
View a new trailer of the games below:
Read details on the games below:
Persona 5 Royal
Forced to transfer to a high school in Tokyo, the protagonist has a strange dream. “You truly are a prisoner of fate. In the near future, ruin awaits you.” With the goal of “rehabilitation” looming overhead, he must save others from distorted desires by donning the mask of a Phantom Thief. Persona 5 Royal makes its epic return with previously released DLC included in the base game!
Persona 4 Golden
They say your soulmate will appear if you stare into a television set on a rainy night… This strange rumor slowly spreads through the rural town of Inaba, the protagonist’s new home, just as a chain of mysterious murders begin. As the protagonist and his teammates chase after the truth, they find themselves opening the door to another world. For the first time, enjoy Persona 4 Golden with text in French, Italian, German, and Spanish!
Persona 3 Portable
If I say there’s an hour “hidden” between one day and the next…would you believe me? This unknown time is the “Dark Hour.” Unfamiliar stillness swallows the city, people turn into eerie coffins, and otherworldly monsters called Shadows swarm. One night, the protagonist is attacked by these Shadows. When all hope seems lost, the power of the heart, their Persona, is awakened. Featuring enhanced graphics, Persona 3 Portable will also be available with French, Italian, German, and Spanish text for the first time!
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