New Persona 5 Trailer Released

Thursday, February 5th, 2015

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Atlus has uploaded the new trailer for Persona 5. Showcasing the gameplay, characters, premise and much more. You can catch it below.

Persona 5 is a PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 title, and the release date is still slated for 2015.

Something also to take note is the recent blog post by Hashino on Persona 5’s official website that someone was kind enough to translate.

It’s a message from Hashino and the dev team to fans. He talks about how Persona 5’s main influences are School Juvenile fiction and Picaresque novels. Unlike previous Persona games where the players were clearly a team on the side of “good” going after a bad guy, this time they’re trying for something a little different. The story is about high school students chasing after their own interpretation of “justice” after an unexpected incident. He hopes fans will enjoy the enhanced graphics and sound in the new entry as well as party members who might be a little more ill-mannered than before.

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  • Keichi Morisato

    the trailer is pretty awesome, and the animation for the cutscenes feel like it came straight out of Ghost in the Shel Stand Alone Complex, which is a good thing.

  • Chris Tomashek

    Oh man, this was already my most anticipated game of 2015, but right now my hype for this is through the roof! Here’s hoping Atlus USA doesn’t wait until E3 to release more details for us westerners, I’m really looking forward to finding out more!