Capcom's RPG had 33,464 players on Steam, a new peak concurrent total that beats out previous record-holder Persona 4 Golden.
The PC port of the critically acclaimed 2012 RPG has crossed another sales milestone in a little over a year since its release.
The Persona series has sold over 15 million copies worldwide over its lifetime according to a recent fiscal report from Atlus.
It's going to take a minute for you to organize it, though.
Shin Megami Tensei has passed 17 million in its lifetime.
This is following the success of Persona 4 Golden on PC.
The successful release gets a little polish.
Sega is looking into bring more games to new platforms, and even release upcoming games on PC simultaneously.
Total sales for the series stand at 13 million units worldwide.
The PC port racks up impressive numbers in less than a month of release.
And please don't spoil the ending to this 12 year old game.
It literally took less than 30 minutes.
The acclaimed RPG comes to Steam with full HD and variable frame rate support.
Atlus' 2012 RPG could be in line for an imminent PC announcement and launch.
No word yet on whether Persona 5 is also inbound for PC.
The third semester being added to the game promises to be a very substantial one.
That is very encouraging to hear.
The good guys don't always win the fight.
I almost want this to happen more than whatever Persona 5R is.
Time to investigate the Midnight Channel!