If a Persona 3 remake sounds too good to be true, it might be, depending on which version of the game you remember. Atlus has announced that the recently revealed Persona 3 update (officially, at least) will be based on the original PS2 version and will not feature content from FES or mobile incarnations of the game.
This includes the great things some fans will likely take for granted, including (but far from being limited to) the unique ability to play as a female protagonist and all the associated social ties and bonus content that comes with it in Portable. Instead, the dark, suspenseful, and light-hearted predecessor that was Persona 4 will be based on the game’s first incarnation, Ironically, the least of them The number of players you know best (including us) .
Persona 3 Reloaded producer Ryota Niitsuma and director Kazuhisa Wada sat down with IGN to explain what players should expect from the project. Niitsuma said the following: “First of all, I’d like to mention that since the basic concept of Persona 3 was a remake of Persona 3, we didn’t include FES and portable content. We really wanted to work on recreating Persona 3 so we can’t go into detail on this one. The scene so far, but we basically redesigned everything from scratch like in Persona 3, the original version. ”
There are, however, new additions, as Niitsuma explains: “We recorded new sounds, we have new scenes and new events. We also have new music and an arrangement. We will publish this information, with everything to So please look forward to it.
What are your thoughts on Persona 3 reloading and finding out the intended range? Unfortunately for our wallets, Atlus is the purveyor of some of the best RPGs ever made, and while disappointing, that wouldn’t deter us from being there on day one. Do you have more self-control? Uninstall Evoker in the comments section below.
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