The Persona 5 “P5T” domain was updated today, June 2, implying that an official announcement may come soon from SEGA and ATLUS. This is due to the domain being moved to ATLUS’ officially owned nameservers.
The P5T domain update was updated to a similar configuration as previous ATLUS websites according to user @MbKKssTBhz5. This is the first update to the Persona 5 domain following its discovery on May 23. P5T was moved from Onamae Japanese nameservers to ATLUS’ official nameservers, following a similar trend to prior Persona domains and subsequent announcements. Currently, users who attempt to visit P5T.JP will receive an error.
Persona 5 P5T Domain
Persona Central believes an official announcement may be made within two weeks if this trend remains true. The outlet notes several examples of domains being moved to company owned nameservers before an official announcement. One of these examples include the Persona 5 Strikers domain being moved with the game’s reveal happening just days later in April 2019. Another example involves Persona 5 Royal’s domain being moved on December 25, 2018 before its official announcement on December 30 that same year.
It’s worth noting that the same user, @MbKKssTBhz5, uncovered the P5T and P3RE domains. The P3RE domain was found shortly after the recent SEGA leak involving Persona 3 Remake and Jet Set Radio. Sources familiar with the matter believe Persona 3 Remake and Jet Set Radio have been in development for several years now.
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