Twitter user @Nitomatta has corroborated the report, stating that the SteamDB listing for “SteamDB Unknown App 1113000” is apparently the one for Persona 4 Golden. Further claims have been made from notable industry insiders @Wario64 and @ZhugeEX that the rumors are legitimate—among many others corroborating the reports—and that Persona 4 Golden will be announced and released on the same day.
Furthermore, a Sega support page can be found for a Denuvo DRM solution error tied to launching Persona 4 Golden on the PC. (Update: 2020-06-10): The Denuvo page has since been removed:
Related to this is the image of apparent config file from the game’s review code:
While technically this isn't the config files, here's some proof of someone who got a review code. pic.twitter.com/jtb57fh77k
— Pixelbuster (@Nitomatta) June 9, 2020
The venue for the announcement would likely be the PC Gaming Show 2020 on Saturday, June 13th. Atlus has confirmed “exciting news” to be announced during the event, and a new creator’s page on Steam has been made for Atlus.
Persona 4 Golden was originally released for the PlayStation Vita on June 14, 2012 in Japan and November 20, 2012 in North America.