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Atlus has accidentally revealed the titles for their next two projects that’s set to be released soon, which sadly isn’t going to include Persona 6. Instead, the next installments in the popular series are going to be Persona 3 Reload and Persona 5 Tactica, with the latter being a new strategy RPG entry featuring all members of the beloved vigilante group, the Phantom Thieves.
According to a few posts circulating through Twitter, release dates for both titles have also been leaked by mistake. The Persona 3 remake is seemingly slated for early 2024 while the strategic installment will reportedly be made available towards the latter part of the year on November 11, 2023.
Since this is a unique tactical offering from Atlus, the gameplay largely deviates from the semi-open world structure of the regular adventure games and it instead opts for a grid-based tactical approach similar to the Fire Emblem series. Nevertheless, this should still please fans of the fifth main line entry as it gives them another chance to experience a new adventure with the Phantom Thieves.
Naturally, the entire crew is set to return and that includes Joker, Morgana, Ryuji, Makoto, and the rest of the gang. However, a few new characters are seemingly going to be introduced as well according to the short preview that was provided by the developers through their official Instagram account. Unfortunately, they have since deleted the posts revealing these upcoming games since it seems like these were supposed to be revealed during the Xbox Showcase.
Based on the short snippets, it also looks like both of these games will be available on previous and current gen Xbox consoles as well as Game Pass. Its availability on PlayStation, however, is still a mystery at this point in time as the posts did not include any mention of Sony’s console. But it’s worth noting that this may just be due to the fact that both games are allegedly going to be exhibited at the Xbox event.
But with Atlus yet to actually confirm these details, you’ll still need to take it with the necessary grain of salt until it’s eventually announced. But we may not need to be patient for too long as the Xbox Games Showcase is going to be airing soon, meaning you’ll only need to wait a short while before you can officially celebrate.