Persona 5 Strikers will arrive in Spain for Switch, PS4 and PC on February 23, 2021

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Person 5: Strikers reach the countries of the West, including Spain, the next February 23, 2021 for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. The western release of the musou with RPG touches of Atlus and Omega Force is added a version for computers that were not published in Japan. The release date has come through a trailer that was published on the Atlus YouTube channel this morning, but the company eliminated it as soon as it began to spread. It cannot be ruled out that there is, therefore, a change in date, or that the video’s withdrawal is due to a delay in the announcement to include it with other news regarding the saga.

The title was published in Japan on February 21 of this year under the name Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers; It was already expected that in Europe and the rest of the markets outside Japan it would change its name due to a previous registration of SEGA, the publisher of the title, in December 2019. Despite continuing the events narrated in Persona 5 and Persona 5: Royal , the style of play changes substantially, going from JRPG with turn-based combat to an action RPG with massive battles in real time brand of the house Omega Force, the creators of Dynasty Warriors and the recent The Legend of Zelda: Age of Cataclysm.

When earlier this year they published a demonstration in Japan We were able to get hold of him from Vandal; our colleague Carlos Leiva said of the title: “[…] feels at all times like a full-fledged sequel of this magnificent adventure, and not only in the plot, but also in the playable, despite the twist that has been given to the combat system. “

Persona 5 Royal releases this year and P5 is available in The PS Plus Collection

If you haven’t already given the excellent Persona 5 a chance, the expanded version of Persona 5: Royal, released this year exclusively for PS4, has more content, balance and layout adjustments, and most importantly, Spanish text. Also, the original Persona 5 (with English texts) is available at The PS Plus Collection for subscribers of that service who have PS5.

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