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Jul 272020
 

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers, the sequel spin-off to Persona 5 for the Switch and PS4, still hasn’t been officially announced for a western release, although it’s been out in Japan since February.

Localization has been quietly confirmed, however… through a financial report.

Koei Tecmo, who is developing the game, quietly included Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers for “the West” as part of the future titles of their latest financial presentation, as reported by Persona Central.

It’s been widely assumed that Persona 5 Scramble is being localized, but up until now it hadn’t been confirmed.

This sort of thing has happened in the past; the localized version of The Snack World or another Level-5 title showed up in a financial report before it was ever officially announced. Maybe this means we’ll get to see more from Persona 5 Scramble soon!

Meanwhile, I’m still debating about buying Persona 5 Royal…

Are you planning to pick up Persona 5 Scramble?

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  9 Responses to “Persona 5 Scramble Localization Confirmed”

  1. Wouldn’t recommend Royal, the changes hardly seem worth it for the price. I forget what all of them were, but some seemed like they would make the game worse.

    • Huh, interesting. I’ve heard pretty much the opposite everywhere else, people saying it turns Persona 5 from a great game into an excellent game, saying the new story content is fantastic, etc.

      • Didn’t much care for the base game, honestly. It has good gameplay, but none of the characters were especially likable to me. Some were even pretty annoying. Didn’t care much for the story either, and the ending was lame.

  2. I know, right? The impossible challenge.

  3. […] great excitement when Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers localization was included in a financial report, followed by concern when no official announcement came and it was absent from the next financial […]

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