Persona 5 Delayed Once Again

Persona 5, the upcoming entry in Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei spinoff series, has once again been hit by a delay. The highly anticipated fifth installment in the hit franchise was slated for a February 14th, 2017 release. However, Atlus announced today during a livestream that the title had to be pushed back until April.

Despite this disappointing news, Atlus brightened the news a bit by confirming the inclusion of dual-audio, allowing players to experience the original Japanese voice acting with English subtitles.

Originally due to release back in 2015Persona 5 has undergone a series of delays, much to the chagrin of fans of the series, who have not had a new entry in the series since 2008.

Persona 5 released in Japan back in September, and has gone on to experience critical acclaim, with Famitsu awarding the RPG a 39/40, praising the style and story in particular.

Persona 5 releases worldwide on April 4, 2017 for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

 

Published by Drew Hernandez - Associate Writer

Drew can be found practicing his tech in Melee, eternally grinding for loot boxes in Overwatch, or working on yet another playthrough of Dark Souls. He follows many eSports titles, such as Smash and Counter Strike: Global Offensive, despite not being good at any of them. His most anticipated titles are Persona 5, Sea of Thieves, and Breath of the Wild.