A while back we talked about upcoming projects Atlus is currently working on, including the rumored Persona 3 Remake and the clearly-in-development Persona 6. So far, the studio hasn’t wanted to share any crucial information about these projects. , nevertheless, an insider has published that Atlus would have changed the reveal date of Persona 6 and even its release date just a few days ago.
The last great release of the Spin-off of Shin Megami Tensei, Persona, was with the fifth installment of this saga concluding its “phase” with the Royal version of the same game, a version that improved many things from the original title and expanded the story, including new characters that enrich the player experience. For these and many other factors, fans see Persona 5 Royal as a “masterpiece”leading Atlus to think about development decisions more than twice so as not to deliver a title worse than the previous one.
Fan expectations would be the reason why Atlus would have changed the reveal date of Persona 6
It might seem that delaying a game without announcing it is strange, but this is far from the truth. Commonly, development studios have planned release windows And, although most of the time they change without saying a word publicly, sometimes people involved in these projects come out so that fans can calm their anxieties, as was the case with Starfield which we discussed previously. Going back to Persona 6, this seems to be the case with the RPG title, but luckily two other games will come before it, says Im a Hero Too at ResetEra.
Im a Hero Too He was the one who previously published the rumors that claimed the active development of Persona 3 Remake and Persona 6. It can hardly be said 100% that this information is completely true, so it must be taken with the utmost care. On the other hand, a user asked Im a Hero Too if we’d get to see Persona 6 launch in 2023 to which he replies that it is impossible, since the launch windows were modified a few days ago. This leaker also claimed that two other Atlus games could launch first, possibly including titles like Project RE:Fantasy and Persona 3 Remake.