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Persona Publisher Teases ‘Several’ Game Reveals for 2023

Persona and Shin Megami Tensei publisher Atlus has teased ‘several’ game reveals for unannounced titles in 2023. The news arrived via the company’s New Year greetings card, which confirmed that we’ll be seeing reveals for a few unannounced new titles this year. Other sources recently surfaced claiming that Atlus was developing a remake of Persona 3.

Atlus delivered a similar message to fans at the beginning of 2019 which resulted in the reveals for Persona 5 Royal, Persona 5 Strikers, Catherine Classic and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore that year, so this is a particularly exciting message to receive again. It could mean that we’ll be seeing plenty of unexpected surprises from the publisher, presumably for Persona which remains the company’s biggest IP.

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An excerpt from Atlus’ New Year greetings card reads:

“Thank you very much for your support for the remastered versions of P4U2 in 2022, 13th Machine Defence Circle for Nintendo Switch, Soul Hackers 2 and Persona 5 The Royal. In 2023, we will start with the release of P3P and P4G remastered versions, and we are also preparing several unannounced new titles. Please look forward to it!”

A few days ago, My Nintendo News claimed that Atlus was developing a remake of Persona 3. The report would later be corroborated by an Xbox insider on ResetEra, suggesting that there might be some weight to these rumours. In addition to the reported remake, fans can look forward to playing a console port of Persona 3 Portable when it launches on 19 January.

It’s unlikely that Atlus will have anything concrete to show for the highly anticipated Persona 6 yet. Each game’s development cycle has grown between releases and it seems like Persona 5 is still blazing trails in the community. Persona 6 was revealed to be in early development back in 2021, so don’t expect to see the next entry for another few years, at least.

Source: PlayStation Universe

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