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Atlus Has Seven “Project” Reveals Planned For Persona’s 25th Anniversary

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Atlus has officially announced its celebrations for the Persona series 25th anniversary. To kick things off, it’s opened an anniversary website.

This website teases seven different projects which will be revealed between September 2021 and Fall 2022. Some text on the same page reveals a little bit more about what to expect from the upcoming announcements. Keep in mind, there are no guarantees we’ll see any Nintendo-related announcements.

“In 2021, the “Persona” series exceeded the cumulative worldwide sales of 15 million units. We would like to express our sincere gratitude and gratitude to all those who have watched over and supported us for a long time. And in September, the “Persona” series will finally celebrate its 25th anniversary. With gratitude to all of you, we are preparing a lot of fun as PERSONA 25th Anniversary YEAR for about one year from September 2021 this year to autumn 2022 next year.”

While Nintendo systems don’t have all that much history with the Persona series, last year the Switch received the Koei Tecmo’s Musuo, Persona 5 Strikers. Persona Q and Persona Q2 have also been released on the 3DS in the past and Persona 5‘s Joker was added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a DLC fighter.

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Do you think we’ll get any Nintendo-related announcements out of this? Would you like to see more Persona games on the Switch? Leave a comment down below.

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Atlus Has Seven "Project" Reveals Planned For Persona's 25th Anniversary
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