Atlus has introduced Persona 5 will miss its reasonably romantic launch date.
Instead of releasing on February 14, 2017 in North America and Europe, the game will instead be released in April.
“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,” stated Atlus PR supervisor, John Hardin.
Hardin went on so as to add the sport will characteristic each English and Japanese audio for each PS3 and PS4.
“We’re including it as DLC for logistical reasons, but it will be free, for forever,” he stated. “People have been asking for this since P5 was introduced, and thru herculean effort from nearly each division of Atlus, we managed to rearrange this.
“This was one thing we particularly wished to do for the Atlus Faithful, those who nonetheless recognize our English dubs and respect all the hassle we put into localizing. We’ve been preventing for this for an extended whereas, and we’re glad we will make this occur for all of those that help us and love our video games.”
To assist make up for the delay, a Ryuji Sakamoto PlayStation four theme and avatar might be downloaded at no cost from the PlayStation Store now by means of November 17.
Finally, those that pre-ordered the “Take Your Heart” premium version of Persona 5 ought to know the soundtrack CD now options Justine and Caroline, the dual wardens of the Velvet Room. The artbook and SteelBook have additionally been up to date. You can try the brand new look through the Atlus website.
Those who’re attending the PlayStation Experience 2016 event next month will have the ability to play a demo of Persona 5.
Persona 5 will now be launched on April four.