Persona 3 Reload is a turn-based role playing game developed by P-Studio and published by Atlus.
It is a ground-up remake of the original Persona 3, and also includes story and gameplay elements from Persona 3 FES and Persona 3 Portable.
A founding member of the S.E.E.S. who remains distant due to past trauma, he fights with a Battle Axe and the Persona Castor.
Ken Amada is the youngest member of SEES, and will be voiced by Justine Lee in Persona 3 Reload.
The latest character trailer for Persona 3 Reload showcases the Anti-Shadow Suppression Weapon, a.k.a. Aigis.
Sega COO Shuji Utsumi talks about the success seen by the Sonic the Hedgehog movies, and what it could mean for its other franchises.
Koromaru is a dog that the protagonist can befriend in their adventure through Persona 3 Reload. Check him out in the latest trailer.
Using her analytical skills, Fuuka supports the SEES, analyzing the weakness of Shadows, deploying combat buffs and more.
With Penthesilea as her Persona, the calm and confident leader of the SEES and Kirijo Group heir fights with one-handed swords and Rapiers.
Part of the SEES, the tough-as-nails upper-classman is always ready to fight but believes in helping others whenever possible.
Learn more about the three Social Stats and how to increase them, the public computer, and returning Gekkoukan High Social Links.
Gekkoukan's class clown is somewhat skilled with a two-handed sword and uses the Persona Hermes to fight against the Shadows.
Players in the remake can hang out with their SEES squadmates and engage in gardening, reading books, cooking and brewing coffee.
A student of Gekkoukan High School and the SEES, Yukari is skilled with the bow and arrow and utilizes Io as her Persona.
Learn more about Makoto Yuki, set to the tune of Burn My Dread, before the remake launches worldwide on February 2nd 2024.
Armed with Persona, Takaya Sakaki, Chidori Yoshino and Jin Shirato exploit the Dark Hour to commit crimes and oppose the S.E.E.S.
Sega and Atlus have unveiled their full lineup for Tokyo Game Show, which runs from September 21 to 24.
No new games will be announced, but upcoming titles like Persona 5 Tactica and Persona 3 Reload will receive new information.
The first iteration of the Sega News broadcast will feature about 50 minutes of details on the "newest titles", and will air monthly.
Standard, Digital Deluxe and Premium Editions are detailed, while pre-orders receive the Persona 4 Background Music Set for free.
The remake of the classic PlayStation 2 role-playing game launches in early 2024 for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5 and PC.
Atlus has released a slightly longer version of the trailer the remake was announced with earlier this year.
Sega said earlier this year it would consider higher prices for games it felt would be "commensurate with price increases."
Though "Reversals" can still happen for Social Links under some circustances, the remake won't see them being broken beyond repair, unlike the original.
A new trailer for Persona 3 Reload highlights the core members of SEES- Yukari, Junpei, Fuuka, Mitsuru, and Akihiko.
A new TV spot for Persona 3 Reload was aired in Japan, showing off some new story scenes and dungeon crawling gameplay.
There will be more time, and progression is akin to the Social Links in Persona 5. The Condition System is also gone, per P-Studio.
The remake is officially coming to PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, but Atlus could announce a Switch version soon.
As expected, Atlus has confirmed that its upcoming Persona titles won't be exclusive to Xbox- though curiously enough, a Switch version hasn't been announced for Persona 3 Reload.
However, The Answer epilogue in Persona 3 FES isn't included. Neither is the female protagonist from Persona 3 Portable.
Every character in Persona 3 Reload will be portrayed by new actors, it's been officially confirmed.
"We wanted to really genuinely work on recreating the Persona 3 experience," said producer Ryota Niitsuma about the upcoming remake.
The long-rumoured ground-up remake of Persona 3 has been officially unveiled at the Xbox Games Showcase.
Following confirmation via recent leaks that the Persona 3 remake will be coming to Xbox and PC, PS5 and Switch versions have also now been spotted on a retailer's website.
A ground-up remake of Persona 3, Persona 3 Reloaded looks set to be officially unveiled at the upcoming Xbox Games Showcase.
Allegedly a "full remake," it will allegedly be announced at the Xbox Games Showcase on June 11th for Xbox and PlayStation.
Rumours have strongly suggested that a ground-up remake of Persona 3 will be announced in the coming days.
Descriptions for Atlus panels scheduled for next month's Anime Expo seem to be hinting at announcements that'll be made prior to that.
Rumours continue to point to an imminent Persona 3 Remake reveal, while new evidence for a Persona 5 spinoff has also seemingly emerged.
It's been claimed that alongside Persona 6, Atlus is working on a Persona 3 remake, with the latter expected to release first.
Development footage has seemingly emerged for both rumoured games, potentially hinting at incoming announcements.
New rumour claims Atlus has made good progress on new mainline Persona games and is preparing to reveal them soon.
A leaker claims that Atlus is working on a Persona 3 remake that will feature graphics and quality-of-life improvements in line with Persona 5.
Revelations: Persona was in third place, followed by Persona 4 Golden based on fan responses to a recent worldwide survey.