To play us out
Atlus has been celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Persona franchise will all kinds of re-releases, merch and more, but the fun is soon going to end. Persona Team director and producer, Kazuhisa Wada, has confirmed that the upcoming Persona concert will be the send-off for the 25th anniversary celebration.
While Wada would have liked to share even more during the franchise’s 25th anniversary, a number of elements got in the way. Most notably, the pandemic resulted in a bunch of plans being delayed, and thus, things aren’t ready to be shared just yet. Persona fans will have to utilize a bit more patience in waiting for major announcements, but rest assured, things are in the works.
You can see Wada’s full statement on the matter below.
“Finally, P5R will be available for the whole world to play on the latest hardware, including PC! P5R is 3 years old now, and P5 is 6 years old, but we are very happy to be able to share the best gaming experience we can with you now. It’s a must-have title for all gamers!”
“It is also with great sadness that we must bring an end to the everlasting momentum of Persona‘s 25th anniversary. With the “Persona Super Live P-Sound Wish 2022: Crossing Journeys” live concert, we would like to conclude it. There are so many things I would like to tell you, but I deeply apologize for not being able to do so on this occasion. I would like to share them with you at the right time, so please look forward to more information about the Persona series in the future.”