Atlus Teases Persona 5 S, Announcement Coming 25 April

Atlus Persona 5

Atlus has teased another announcement for Persona 5 S on 25 April, hinting a release for the Nintendo Switch along with the PlayStation 4 version that is also set to be revealed on 24 April. The announcement will come a day later, and might be the reveal for the portable Nintendo Switch console.

The new teaser website launched by Atlus says that there is more information coming out on 25 April. The source code of the website, according to Gematsu. Features the following hidden calling card:

Calling Card

April 25, 2019.

We will show you a new Phantom Thieves that will turn the world’s cognition on its head.

We are energized by voices that seek satisfaction.

Once again, we will take your heart at the Ryougoku Kokugikan.

—From the Phantom Thieves.

The P5S website that was set live today on 2 April, also makes sure that it is not an elaborate April Fool’s day joke. The dates set are also in line with the Persona Super Live concert that takes place in April every year in Japan. The concert is set to run from 24-25 April, which suggests that the announcements could be made as part of this event.

There have been some rumors about Persona 5 S coming to the Switch for a while now. Fans were left pretty disappointed when the first round of the Persona 5 teasing led to the reveal of Persona 5 The Royal for the PlayStation 4. Now that we have another teaser shown, which is set to reveal more information a day later, it likely seems that the Nintendo Switch will be involved this time.

Persona 5: The Royal was confirmed by Atlus last month, with a new female character who could possibly be a playable character similar to how Persona 3’s female protagonist was introduced. We will have to wait for the Persona Super Live concert at the end of this month to find out more.

Do you think the game will be coming on the Nintendo Switch as well? Let us know in the comments below.

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