Deep Silver Will Begin Publishing Sega and Atlus Games in Europe

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

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Recently Atlus and NISA’s partnership of European video game publication had come to an end. NISA found it difficult to work with Atlus’s parent company SEGA.

Now, publisher Deep Silver has announced that they will be partnering up with SEGA to handle all European and PAL territories. This includes physical and digital distribution of Persona 5, 7th Dragon III Code: VFD, and Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse.

CEO of Deep Silver, Dr. Klemens Kundratitz posted-via Press Release:

We are delighted to have signed this publishing partnership and look forward to using all our pan-European publishing network to maximize the potential of the ATLUS and SEGA games.

Additionally, Naoto Hiraoko from Atlus and Sega stated:

In entering this partnership with Deep Silver, I am truly delighted we will be able to release our titles in the European regions. Not only does the deal span multiple titles, but Deep Silver has a strong presence in European and PAL retailers. They have a strong passion for being able to deliver physical games to our fans in those territories, which we hold in high regard.

No further release dates have been announced.

Are you excited for this partnership? Let us know in the comments below.




  • Mr0303

    I’m glad that someone is going to publish Atlus titles over here. Just don’t give Deep Silver the option to make trailers for said games.

  • YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3

  • MusouTensei

    I’m fine with this.

  • Lord Ackercocke

    Why isn’t Sega Europe handling the publishing?

  • Dgnfly

    Doesen’t really matter who handles the publishing the games are still english dub only garbage, and most likely gonna have censorship.