Following this weekend’s “Persona Super Live P-Sound Wish 2022: Crossing Journeys” concerts, attendees were given a promotional flyer promoting the upcoming console ports of Persona 5 Royal, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 3 Portable.
The concert flyers also included a short message from Atlus Persona Team director and producer, Kazuhisa Wada.
Finally, P5R will be available for the whole world to play on the latest hardware, including PC! P5R is 3 years old now, and P5 is 6 years old, but we are very happy to be able to share the best gaming experience we can with you now. It’s a must-have title for all gamers!
It is also with great sadness that we must bring an end to the everlasting momentum of Persona‘s 25th anniversary. With the “Persona Super Live P-Sound Wish 2022: Crossing Journeys” live concert, we would like to conclude it. There are so many things I would like to tell you, but I deeply apologise for not being able to do so on this occasion. I would like to share them with you at the right time, so please look forward to more information about the Persona series in the future.
At the end of 2021, Wada implied that various changes had been going on behind the scenes into 2022 as the team worked on various projects all at once, but stated remaining optimistic would be important.
Before the pandemic, in December 2018, Wada spoke of grandiose plans as 2019 would be a pivotal year determining the developments of the next 5 years into 2023. COVID-19 changed plans, however, including the initially planned date for the concert.