The Persona series has been quite generous in recent years. Take Persona 5 and Persona 5 Royal, as an example. And as a result, it has earned itself many new fans whilst keeping those more faithful followers swooning over its action. So, it should come as no surprise to read that the team behind it are planning big things for Persona’s 25th Anniversary. It’s just a shame they haven’t expanded on those plans yet.
- Read more: Persona 5 Royal Sells 1.4 Million Copies
The news came via the game’s producer, Kazuhisa Wada, who was accepting the Partner Award at the PlayStation Awards 2020 on behalf of Persona 5 Royal. But he simply hinted at, so called, ‘exciting plans’ and failed to say much else. These plans will happen next year – in 2021 – if that’s any help. However, apart from that, I’m clueless. To be fair, that’s probably a common theme when it comes to me, but at least this time I have an excuse.
Wada did at least express the team’s gratitude to fans for their continuing devotion. But I think I’m speaking for all of us when I say, ‘keep making games like Persona 5 and you’re all more than welcome!’
In the aftermath of said comments, the internet has been alive with suggestions for these ‘exciting plans’. Many have requested the porting over of previous games to the PlayStation 4; perhaps even faithful remakes. Others would like to see Persona 5 on the Nintendo Switch. And somebody even suggested the announcement of Persona 6, which may be pushing things a little (though, you can never say never). But what ever they turn out to be, I’m sure the creative minds at Atlus will have us all giddy with excitement.
After all, they haven’t failed yet! But let’s hope Morgana will let us stay up long enough to enjoy them…
Source: Persona Central
We sometimes link to online retail stores. If you buy something from our links, we may make a small commission which goes towards keeping the lights on and coffee in the pot.
Living life one Batmobile chase at a time. When she’s not writing about video games, she’s writing terrible jokes that even a Christmas cracker would be embarrassed to share.