Atlus announced Persona 5 would be hitting Japanese shelves on September 15, and today, the publisher has announced the game will be made available in North America on February 14, 2017 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.
Persona 5 will be getting a special PS4 SteelBook Launch Edition as well as a limited “Take Your Heart” Premium Edition. The SteelBook Launch Edition retails for $59.99 and will be available for those who pre-order and day-one buyers and includes a special SteelBook collectible case that’s covered in Persona 5 designs.
The Take Your Heart Premium Edition retails for $89.99 and includes the game’s soundtrack, a 4-inch Morgana plush, a 64-page art book, a school bag, a SteelBook, and a collectible outer box.
Atlus will be showing off Persona 5 at E3 2016, so expect to hear more about the game sometime next week.
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So Atlus will release this on PS3 but not XBox One or PC? Do they not like money?
I am pretty sure all the main line Persona games (1-5) have only come out on Playstation. Spin-offs and side games made their way out to other platforms such as 3DS for Persona Q and Arena hit 360 and arcades. I don't think any of their games have been on PC.
They're a Japanese company localizing their Japanese game for the two consoles it's being released on in Japan.
XBO is a nonstarter in this discussion.
PC isn't out of the question, but I don't expect it to happen.
Either way, the vast majority of their sales would be on PS3/PS4.
They released Catherine and Persona 4 Arena on the 360. I guess they didn't sell well enough on that platform
The PS4 has an decent number of exclusives. It looks like Microsoft didn’t put a lot of effort into it this gen. But they both pale when compared to the Wii U. Of course, this is a simple "Yes" count. You can probably get a better comparison if you include the "Console" exclusives, but I'm not counting them on my phone again.
Wii U - 246
PS4 - 53
XBox One - 17