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Sega registers the brand and logo of Persona 5: Strikers

Sega registers the brand and logo of Persona 5: Strikers

It could be the European version of the spin off Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strike, a musou set after the end of Persona 5.

From Gematsu they echo information that will make the fans of Persona very happy, and especially those of their fifth installment. Sega has registered in Japan the brand Persona 5: Strikers, with logo included. Although it is not official and we await your confirmation, everything indicates that it could be the European and American version of Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Striker. This spin-off, with musou playability and set after the events of Persona 5, was announced a few months ago in Japan for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and could fly very soon to the west.

On his trip to the old continent and his jump to the other side of the puddle, Atlus always uses to simplify the name of his games. He did it with Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena (here simply called Persona 4 Arena) and with Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold (turned into Persona 4 Arena Ultimax). This Person 5: Strikers may well be the continuation of this tradition, and its registration, a confirmation that we will see it very soon here.

Persona 5 Royal will arrive in Spanish

In another order of things, and still jumping for the news and our disbelief, everyone's attention is now focused on Persona 5 Royal, which will be translated into Spanish for the first time in the history of the franchise. Atlus has sympathized with the Western public (as I did with Judgment, whatever is said) and the reissue of the title will come in Spanish, German, French and Italian. One more reason to enjoy the adventures of Joker, Morgana and company, who once received a 10 out of 10 on FreeGameTips. Now they plan to outdo themselves and will have 30% more content than the original brought, including new members and confidants for the Phantom Thieves, unpublished areas in Tokyo and changes in the dungeons, enemies and treasures, not to mention the new opening, ending and main theme of the game. Great times are running for the Persona saga.

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