ATLUS have announced Persona 5 Tactica, a brand-new strategy RPG featuring Persona 5 characters and original characters. The game is coming to consoles and PC with day one access for Xbox Game Pass subscribers.
Joker and the Phantom Thieves may be seen with Persona Q2-esque designs in Persona 5 Tactica. Players will face a new threat in the Metaverse with a major twist in combat. Instead of the standard Megami Tensei turn-based system, the new title allows players to control the Phantom Thieves and their allies on a strategy RPG grid. Further, the official website is now live with additional details about the game.
The Persona 5 Tactica website allows fans to view additional gameplay clips and official key art. Persona 5 Tactica’s opening theme is “Revolution in your Heart” by returning vocalist Lyn. An additional “Repaint Your Heart” DLC scenario will be sold, and pre-order bonuses include Picaro versions of Orpheus and Izanagi.
Here’s an overview of the upcoming strategy RPG, courtesy of ATLUS:
About Persona 5 Tactica
After a strange incident, the Phantom Thieves wander into a bizarre realm where its citizens are living under tyrannical oppression. Surrounded by a military group named Legionnaires, they find themselves in grave danger until a mysterious revolutionary named Erina rescues them and offers an enticing deal in exchange for their help. What truth lies behind Erina and the deal she offers to the Phantom Thieves?
Overthrow your enemies with powerful Personas, an assortment of weapons, and wipe them out with style in this fresh new tactical RPG from the award-winning Persona 5 game.
Check out the new trailer below, via Xbox:
Persona 5 Tactica Announcement Trailer
Fans may also look forward to Persona 3 Reload, a remake of the original Persona 3 game from 2006. Persona 3 Reload includes all-new HD graphics, stylized menus, revamped social links, quality of life improvements, and much more. The remake is targeting an early 2024 release date, and fans can expect more details soon.
Persona 5 Tactica launches on November 17 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Steam versions are expected to release alongside these versions.
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