Persona 5 Release Date Announced
Ben Sheene / Jun 7th, 2016 No Comments
Atlus announced the Persona 5 release date for North America is Feb 14, 2017.
Persona 5 was officially announced in November of 2013 and originally planned for a release in the winter of 2014 for PS3. In May a glimmer of hope appeared in the form of a Japanese release date on Sep. 15. However, other regions began to wonder if the highly anticipated title would slip past yet another year. Well, those fears can now be confirmed.
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The game now moves to the shortlist of other titles that have been confirmed for an early 2017 release, Sony’s Horizon Zero Dawn being another that releases in February. Persona 5 will still be releasing for both PS4 and PS3, indicating Atlus predicts an audience for the game remains on Sony’s last gen console.
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A “Take Your Heart” premium edition of Persona 5 was also announced, perfect for the game’s release on Valentine’s Day. The edition includes a 64-page hardcover art book, a 4-inch plush figurine of Morgana, a collectible SteelBook case, a soundtrack CD, and a full size school bag adorned with the Shujin Academy crest. The edition will retail for $89.99. A launch version of the game for PS4 will include the same SteelBook and retail for $59.99. The “Take Your Heart” premium edition is exclusive to the PS4 version of Persona 5. PS3 owners get the game in regular packaging for $49.99.
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In Japan, Persona 5 will be competing with the September release of Final Fantasy 15. It definitely shows Atlus’ confidence in the game. But it’s a real shame that other parts of the world won’t get a chance to play it until nearly half a year later. Maybe we can blame exhaustive localization or Valentine’s Day marketing. If anything, there’s finally a light at the end of a tunnel Persona fans have been going down for several years.
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