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Persona 2 and 3 Top Fan Requested Remakes from Atlus Survey

Persona 2 and Persona 3 have topped an Atlus consumer survey asking fans for their most highly requested remakes. The company published the results via a dedicated livestream earlier this week, revealing the two classic Persona titles as receiving the highest amount of votes from fans.

According to the list published by Atlus, both Persona 2 and 3 tied in first place, gathering 78.9% of the total fan votes. This was followed by Revelations: Persona at 76.3% and Persona 4 (which encompasses the base game as well as Persona 4 Golden) at 74.8%.

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The full results can be found below:

  • 1. Persona 3 (Persona 3Persona 3 FESPersona 3 Portable) – 78.9%
  • 1. Persona 2: Innocent Sin / Persona 2: Eternal Punishment – 78.9%
  • 3. Revelations: Persona – 76.3%
  • 4. Persona 4 (Persona 4Persona 4 Golden) – 74.8%
  • 5. Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha series – 72.1%
  • 6. Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers – 69.5%
  • 7. Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse – 66.7%
  • 8. Shin Megami Tensei IV – 65.3%
  • 9. Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga series – 62.4%
  • 10. Etrian Odyssey series – 58%

This begs the question of whether Atlus will actually go ahead and develop remakes of both Persona 2 and 3. They’re fan-favourite titles in the Persona series and in the case of Persona 2, it has yet to receive a modern upgrade. Persona 3 Portable will arrive on PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo consoles next to Persona 4 Golden and Persona 5 Royal, starting with the latter arriving this October.

It seems likely that Atlus is listening to fan surveys as it previously asked fans if they’d want the Persona series on Xbox – something that came true when it was announced during the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase last month.

Persona fans are currently infuriated by Atlus’ decision to deny PS4 owners a free upgrade of Persona 5 to the PS5 enhanced version. Players will need to purchase the PS5 version separately if they wish to play it with the current-gen upgrades, regardless of if they bought it on PS4 already.

Source: Gematsu

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