While no Western date is set for the upcoming sequel, the Omega-Force developed title, which marries the world of Persona and the gameplay of a Musou game, has revealed its opening video.
Stylish, sexy, and full of that familiar flair, Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is due out February 20, 2020, in Japan. I’m a bit jealous we aren’t seeing the game out on our side of the world just yet, but maybe Persona 5 Royal may mitigate some of the jealousy I have. The opening song is wickedly catchy and makes the wait harder than it needs to be, too.
Persona 5: The Phantom Strikers allows up to 4 party members, with active switching on who to control and is set six months after the end of Persona 5. During the summer holidays, things begin to go awry and incidents begin occurring around Japan, leading to the team’s involvement in finding out what is going on.