The Year Of ‘Persona’: Four New ‘Persona’ Titles Coming In 2014

If Persona 4 Arena left fans wanting even more from the Persona universe, don’t worry, as Atlus has four new Persona titles coming in 2014.

The Shin Megami Tensei spin-off series Persona will receive four new titles next year from Atlus: Persona 5, Persona 4: The Ultimax – Ultra Suplex Hold/Persona 4 Arena 2, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, and Persona 4: Dancing All Night.

Persona 5 is the next chapter of the main series; while only a trailer and release date exist without any external details, P5 hints at themes of control and confinement, with “slavery” and “emancipation”:

Two handheld titles will arrive next year for the PS Vita and Nintendo 3DS, with Persona 4: Dancing All Night and Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth:

Dancing All Night will be the 2nd chronological sequel to Persona 4– set 5 months after the first appearing of The Midnight Channel- and is a music-based title where players fight Shadows in “Battle Dances”; PQ will be a cross-over dungeon-crawler for the 3DS featuring characters from both P3 and P4:

Persona 4 Arena 2– or Persona 4: The Ultimax – Ultra Suplex Hold in Japan- is a direct sequel to the fighting-game spin-off, continuing The Midnight Channel’s “P-1 Grand Prix” tournament. Like its predecessor, P4A2 is developed by veteran developer Arc System Works:

Persona 4 Arena 2 will release for PS3 in Summer 2014, Persona Q on 3DS on 6/5/2014, Persona 4: Dancing All Night for Vita in Fall 2014, and Persona 5 for PS3 in Winter 2014.

Source: Atlus Official YouTube Channel, Polygon
Image courtesy of Atlus, Arc System Works

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