Yes to all of these, please?
We still haven’t received Persona 5 here in the west, but it looks like Atlus is already looking beyond, to the future of the franchise. As Siliconera reports, Atlus in Japan just shared a new survey, where they ask questions about future games and releases for the Persona franchise.
Among the Persona releases that this survey discusses or raises the possibility of are included a new fighting game for Persona 5, a party board game for the Persona series, an HD remaster of Revelations: Persona (the original Persona game which released on the PlayStation 21 years ago), a Persona 3 or Persona 5 dance game (presumably in the vein of Persona 4: Dancing All Night), a Persona series online game (Atlus has previously made a Shin Megami Tensei MMORPG, so this wouldn’t be new for them), a Persona shooter (yeah, I’ve got nothing), a new version of Persona 5 with additional scenario and new content (presumably similar to Persona 4 Golden, or Persona 3 FES), a HD remaster of Persona 3 (yes, please, take all my money), HD remasters of Persona 2: Innocent Sin and Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, a sequel/port for Persona Q (the Nintendo 3DS Persona game), and finally, Persona 6.
For each of these games, the survey mentions PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, and smartphones as possible platforms (though it also lets users fill in any other platforms, should they so wish to). Persona 5 is due out on PS3 and PS4 on April 4.