Switch, PS4, and now PC.
Persona 5 Scramblers, the acclaimed JRPG warriors spin of the Warriors series developer Omega Force Atlas, appears to be heading west on February 23, next year.
Persona 5 Scramblers have been in Japan since February (known as Persona 5 Scramble: Phantom Scramblers), delivering a sequel set six months after the main game event.
It’s the latest on the list of well-known franchises treated by the Warriors, following One Piece, Berserk, Fire Emblem, Dragon Quest, The Legend of Zelda, and more, but it’s worth noting that way. It is built on what is commonly known in many enemy hack and slash slaughter matchless games.
Many of its extensions are directly influenced by Persona 5. In short, it introduces real-world roaming and story progression, dungeon crawl combat that combines the power of chaotic real-time combat with familiar personas, and even a platform. A sense of style.
In other words, it sounds so much fun, and persona fans have been waiting for the words of the Western release since its debut in Japan.Seems to have arrived, but not Pretty Officially-Removed, thanks to a private video on Atlus’ YouTube channel.
Of course, the internet remains the same, mirrors of announcement trailers have begun to appear everywhere, and PCs have been released via Steam along with the original platform Switch, as well as the Western launch date of February 23. The news has been revealed. And PS4.
Atlus hasn’t commented on the video yet, but if you don’t comment immediately, next week’s Game Awards seem to be the perfect place for an official announcement.