'Persona 5' News & Update: Persona 5 Seals Deal to Come to Europe Along With Other Atlus Games

By Staff Reporter , Updated Jul 07, 2016 07:12 AM EDT
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The long wait is over, "Persona 5" is coming to Europe along with other games Atlus games as publisher Deep Silver announced on twitter.

The exciting news came at a time when no seems to expect the move to happen. In Deep Silver's twitter post, it said "We're bringing @AtlusUSA and select @SEGA titles to Europe! That means YES to Persona 5 and SMT IV: Apocalypse!" Fans were ecstatic and some can't help but ask for the date when they can expect the game to arrive.

Unfortunately, Deep Silver wasn't able to disclose the date when Persona 5 will arrive in Europe, but encouraged their fans to stay in tuned for upcoming details about the announcement. Also, the publisher plans to release Persona 5 in Europe in both digital and physical copies. Interestingly, Persona 5 isn't the only game arriving in Europe. Other titles include Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse and 7th Dragon III Code: VFD.

Persona 5 is expected to provide a whole lot of better visuals and the entire city to explore. Also, the high schooler role that players are about to take on will significantly add challenges that is quite not as similar as the former versions. According to EndGadget, the dungeons added in the series will likely put players in the position of thieves trying to explore the city.

Persona 5 is set to release in Japan on the 15th of September while the U.S. will have to wait until Valentine's Day of 2017 to get a copy of the game. Meantime and while there are no details on its European release yet, fans can purchase the Shin Megami Tensei that is currently available on the Wii U platform.

Are you excited to see Persona 5 finally arriving to Europe? Don't get left behind and see the latest update on the game's release date by reading on GameNGuide.com

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