Following the particular occasion devoted to Persona 5: The Animation, developer Atlus additionally revealed only a tiny bit extra of the mysterious recreation Persona 5R. A trailer, which you’ll be able to watch under, confirmed that the PS4 title is definitely referred to as Persona 5 The Royale.
While additional particulars on what the sport is weren’t supplied, Atlus has teased that extra might be revealed on April 24. Based on earlier Persona releases, and the trailer, we suspect Persona 5 The Royale might be a form of Game of the Year version that options some extra content material.
The trailer for Persona 5 The Royale is concentrated on a brand new feminine character who’s a pupil at Shujin Academy, the college the place the principle forged are additionally enrolled. At the beginning of the trailer she’s requested what she thinks in regards to the Phantom Thieves, the vigilante group the participant controls within the recreation. She signifies that she doesn’t solely approve of them.
It is probably going that this new character would be the focus of the brand new content material. Atlus likes to throw in one thing new for its re-releases and, as beforehand seen with Persona three FES and Persona 4 Golden, it’s often fairly substantial. We‘ve obtained our fingers crossed for a brand new Palace as effectively the character and accompanying storyline.
In GameSpot’s Persona 5 review, Lucy James awarded it a 9/10. “Within Persona 5 is a complex set of interconnected gameplay mechanics, and in almost every aspect Atlus has executed on its vision exceptionally, barring the pacing issues towards the end,” she stated.
”At each flip, it presents one thing to marvel at, whether or not it is the fluid fight, vibrant world, or the various memorable characters. It’s a recreation I might discuss for hours; I have never talked about the power to connect with the Thieves Guild, which helps you to see how different gamers spent their day or ask them for assist answering questions at college. Or the thumping acid-jazz-infused soundtrack that I’ve not been capable of get out of my head. Or even simply the enjoyment of seeing the way it stylishly transitions between menus.
But that encapsulates why Persona 5 is a recreation that should not be missed. It’s stuffed to bursting level with gameplay concepts and presentation flourishes–there’s an amazing degree of artistry in each a part of Persona 5, making it a very standout entry within the collection. It’s a refined, effortlessly trendy RPG that might be talked about for years to return.”