Persona 5 Royal is getting a big reveal this week, with a major announcement due to take place on the Western release date. A countdown is currently running on the Atlus website till the start time for the Persona 5 Royal reveal. The Persona 5 Royal news is scheduled to drop at 5pm GMT on Tuesday December 3.
For those in other regions that’s 12pm eastern time and 9am pacific time.
You will be able to watch the Persona 5 Royal announcement on the Atlus website by clicking here.
The official Atlus Twitter account teased the announcement last month.
On November 21 they tweeted: “Days until PS5 Announcement: 12”.
Alongside the tweet was an image of a Phantom Thieves calling card which said: “To all Phantom Thieves in the making in the West.
“You have 12 days until we expose the truth of Persona 5 Royal once and for all”.
The wording of the calling card seems to suggest the incoming Persona 5 news will be about the game’s western release on the PS4.
It seems likely the Persona 5 Royal release date will be announced and we could also potentially see an English voiced trailer drop.
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Atlus has already confirmed Persona 5 Royal will be coming to Europe and North America in the spring, with a March release date rumoured.
Persona 5 Royal is the definitive version of P5, bringing with it new story content, locations and characters.
Express.co.uk reviewed Persona 5 back in 2016 when it was first released and were left very impressed with it, awarding it five stars out of five.
We said: “Role-playing games, by their nature, are meant to feel like you are in the shoes of another person – hence the role playing.
“And by that measure, Persona 5 is a resounding success.
“It made me feel 15 years younger – completely swept up in an altogether much cooler and romanticised version of those awkward teenage years.
“The Phantom Thieves slogan is ‘Take Your Heart’ – and they’ve truly done that with me.
“Persona 5 is a gorgeous, moving and ridiculously stylish game that is all-too-easy to get completely swept up and engrossed in.
“It’s an instant cult classic and of the best JRPGs ever made.
“If you have any interest in role-playing games, or Japanese culture – do yourself a favour and pick-it up now.”
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