'Persona 5' Gameplay, Features & Latest Update: 'Persona 5' Launches New 'Game Mechanics' Trailer [Watch]

By Ceage Sotto , Updated Nov 17, 2016 03:40 AM EST

The sixth installment of the famous Shin Megami Tensei's famous RPG franchise "Persona 5" has just released a new game mechanics trailer. Following the footsteps of the previous installments, it follows the journey of the protagonist in a different dimension while balancing the rigors of high school life.

"Persona 5" Gameplay Update: New Dimensions Added To An Already Well Diversified Game

If you have already played "Persona 4" before, you'll be amazed at the artistic take of the game's developers involving the life of a highschool student. The game was an outright success, as you follow mysterious murders that happen after the fog disappears in Inaba and embark through a journey in another dimension.

The new game follows the same plot line as the previous Megami Tensei installments. In an post from Gematsu, Atlus releases a video trailer for the game's mechanics. It shows the protagonist doing a ton of extra-curricular activities; which is a vital part for Megami Tensei's previous games. "Persona 5's" gameplay trailer shows activities that gamers can divulge into when they are not following the main quest.

The new trailer promises a fresh take on the famous franchise without losing its appeal as an artistic masterpiece. "Persona 5" is the sixth game in the well acclaimed Persona series that is developed by Atlus and P-Studio. The game was released earlier in Japan last September: The game involves the protagonist befriending Phantom Thieves that live dual lives to liberate the world from toxicity and oppression.

"Persona 5" Release Date: Delayed To 2017

In a post from Playstation.com, Altus revealed that it will be pushing back its release date to April 4, 2017 amid previous reports that it will be released in February next year. Reports indicate that the game will support dual audio when it is launched to the west.

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