UPDATE: Per Persona 5 Royal., an official domain was updated earlier today, June 7.
The P3RE.JP domain is looking more and more likely. We will likely see a reveal soon as it aligns with this week’s festivities.
A Persona 3 Remake seems likely
Further proof that Atlus is gearing up to reveal Persona 3 Remake is how the publisher handles reveals shortly after moving to Amazon servers. Persona Q, for example, was registered on April 18, 2017, and its nameservers were moved on July 27, 2017. Six days later, a reveal was shown.
Catherine: Full Body was registered on October 31, 2017, and its nameservers were moved on December 11, 2017. Just eight days later and a formal announcement was shown.
The trend has happened with the last six games Atlus has shown to the public, including Persona 5 Royal.
Original article below:
Twitter user AVtoGAMEnoYAMI (who no longer exists) posted a supposedly leaked clip from a supposed Persona 3 remake on Sunday. The clip made rounds across the internet over the last few days, and more information has come to light as it has travelled.
user @AndresL_1997 has shared a screenshot of the survey in which this image was originally leaked, it appears they are trying different art styles for the games cel shading. That doesn’t appear to be finalized. Character designs seem to have very little changes across though https://t.co/mKBOkKyk5tpic.twitter.com/dmv5WdO2lf
Gematsu corroborated that a Persona 3 remake is indeed in development but the leaked clip couldn’t be authenticated. Now, a new domain name has been registered under p3re.jp in March 2023 and it was registered under the same provider as the Persona 5 Royal site.
In the same video, there is Jet Set Radio footage included and it comes from a Sega survey leak in 2022. Last April, Bloomberg reported that SEGA was working on “big-budget” reboots of its Jet Set Radio and Crazy Taxi franchises.
In January, Atlus released Persona 3 Portable on current platforms after being relegated to the PSP and PS2.