Persona 5 Tactica Developer Diary Released

Learn more about the development of P-Studio and Atlus West’s Persona 5 Tactica with the latest video for the game.

Producer Atsushi Nomura takes to the camera in this developer diary, sharing his previous experience working on the long-running Persona series. He also introduces Persona 5 Tactica ’s story and gameplay, also providing background on the Phantom Thieves of Hearts and newcomers Erina and Toshiro.

All those interested can watch below:

Persona 5 Tactica — Producer Dev Diary | Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PC

While the main Persona series is part of the JRPG genre, Persona 5 Tactica was created from Atlus’ desire to create a game in the strategy role-playing genre. This studio also wanted to tap into the correlation between the genre and the rich world of Persona 5.

Strategy RPG won’t have to wait long until Persona 5 Tactica releases; the game is slated to release on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC via Windows and Steam on November 16. Pre-orders will include the Orpheus Picaro and Izanagi Picaro.

Note that the Digital Deluxe Edition of the game will include a new chapter. This content will introduce a new narrative that features returning characters Goro Akechi and Sumire Yoshizawa, along with remixed battle elements for players to explore.

Source: Press Release
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