Persona 5 Delayed Again to April 2017

Persona 5 Delayed Again to April 2017

Eagerly anticipated JRPG, Persona 5 has been delayed again to April 4, 2017.

The news comes by way of PR Manager at developer Atlus, John Hardin via the Playstation Blog:

“Persona 5 set the gold standard for Atlus with its launch in Japan, and we wanted to put the utmost care into ensuring it winds up the best when it launches in the west.”

The game was released in Japan on September 15 this year and was due for release on February 14th of next year.

In addition to the delay, Atlus have announced some new details about the game.

The biggest is dual audio with the English audio available on the disc and the Japanese dub available as free DLC on both PS4 and PS3.

The developer also reminded its fans that they will be attending Playstation Experience in Anaheim in early December.

Finally, those who have pre-ordered the ‘Take Your Heart’ premium edition of the game can check out the final artwork and updated steelbook here.

The Persona series has existed since 1996 and has seen nine console iterations including main titles and spinoffs.

The series typically features turn-based gameplay with combat including personas, beings used for physical and magical attacks which reflect the character’s personality.

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