Atlus Launches New Teaser Site

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Atlus already has the Persona crowd all riled up with their announcement of Persona 4 Arena‘s sequel, Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold. But that might not be all that Persona fans have to talk about this week.

A teaser site was recently launched by Atlus under the domain name As of right now, the site only features three crossed out boxes, the names of six Japanese cities, and the date November 24th, 2013. In the bottom left-hand corner are the Atlus logo and P Studio logo. This begs the question: is this teaser site Persona related? A domain for Persona 5 has already been reserved, and series director Katsura Hashino has been teasing that new titles are in development.

As of right now though, there’s no indication of what this site has been created for, and we can only speculate about what will be unveiled November 24th. Let us know what your thoughts are in a comment!

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