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Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers confirms demo for Nintendo Switch and PS4

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers confirms demo for Nintendo Switch and PS4

The title of Atlus will arrive in Japanese stores next February. Two weeks before, a free playable trial version will be available.

Atlus has announced that Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will have a totally free playable demo for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on February 6. The Japanese publisher plans to offer a reduced version so that anyone who wants to taste the title before their departure can do so at home. The complete game will be released in the Asian market in physical and digital format on February 20.

The game, which still has no official confirmation for its launch in Europe – although SEGA has registered the name of the game and its logo in the West -, is a spin off of the fifth numbered installment of the saga set after the events of the original story , a commitment to the genre Musou where Koei Temco and Omega Force will be responsible for materializing the title as they did with other adaptations of existing sagas to this particular type of experiences; Highlights include Hyrule Warriors (The Legend of Zelda), Dragon Quest Heroes (Dragon Quest) and Fire Emblem Warriors (Fire Emblem).

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will bet on direct action and role, with new chapters for well-known characters and Persona invocations; a mixture where the intrinsic elements of the IP of Atlus will meet what characterizes the Dynasty Warriors at the playable level.

Although not yet confirmed in Europe, the one that is – and located in Spanish for the first time in the history of the saga – is Persona 5: The Royal, the expanded version of the original PS3 and PS4 game available in the West for PlayStation 4 on March 30. The original game took in this house a perfect rating, a 10 out of 10. A Masterpiece, according to the criteria of this magazine for that note, which can be played in the language of Cervantes in just a few weeks.

Regarding an eventual adaptation of games belonging to the main saga in other consoles, such as Xbox or Nintendo Switch, Sony is aware of the value of the saga in the PlayStation label and, therefore, have declared that they hope to continue maintaining this exclusivity in the future.

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