Back in February of this year Atlus did a survey asking if players were interested in more Persona spin-offs, and it looks like we’ll be seeing the results fairly soon. Over the past two days, Atlus registered a new domain name for a Persona Q sequel (the original was a Nintendo 3DS exclusive role-playing game that saw the casts of Persona 3 and 4 team up), and now they’ve updated the claim for Persona 4: Dancing All Night‘s Japanese website (PERSONA-DANCE.JP).
Persona Central has all of the evidence lined up, and it seems pretty clear that new announcements are coming any day now. Here’s a snippet from their findings:
The upcoming Persona live concert is given the name: “Persona Super Live P-Sound Bomb!!!! 2017: Witness the Harbor’s Crime.” In its Japanese marketing, Persona 4: Dancing All Night was commonly labeled a “P Sound Action” game.
It was revealed that, at the upcoming Persona Super Live concert, the dancers would consist of 10 people who performed the motion capture performancesfor characters in Persona 4: Dancing All Night.
This is definitely an interesting development, and we might have another event where Atlus announces several Persona games at once (Persona 5, Dancing All Night and Persona Q were all announced on the same day). We’ll keep tracking the story, and hopefully we’ll have some official announcements to share soon!
What do you want to see the Persona series do next? Do you want it to focus more on the cast of Persona 5? We already know that Persona 4 characters will be appearing in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle.
(Source: Persona Central)