Something else will take its place.
Having just been announced last week, Atlus is already sharing some new info about the upcoming Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night. According to Gematsu, the Weekly Famitsu drops some of the new tidbits about the two games which you can read below:
- Atlus is making the best of the experience it gained developing Persona 4: Dancing All Nightin polishing the visuals, action, and every other element of the two new Dancing
- There will be completely new songs.
- There will be a new mode that replaces story mode.
- The PlayStation 4 version of each game will run at 60 frames per second.
- The gameplay system will follow that of Persona 4: Dancing All Night, but with brush-ups, additions, and removals.
- They want to introduce crazy elements and colorful elements that cannot be done in the original story.
- All of the members of the Atlus Sound Team are participating.
It’s a bit strange that they’ve decided to replace the story mode as Persona 4: Dancing All Night relied on its visual novel gameplay. Moreover, Atlus has yet to actually reveal the finer details about what these “crazy elements” will be, so we’ll just have to keep waiting for more updates. For now, you can check out our list of songs that we want to dance to in Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night.
Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night is slated to release sometime next year in Japan for the PS4 and PS Vita. Stay tuned to Twinfinite as we’ll keep you updated with more news along the way.
UPDATE: Here are a few new details about Persona 5: Dancing Star Night and Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night.
- Confirmed songs for Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night include “Burn My Dread,” “Mass Destruction,” and “Heartful Cry.”
- Confirmed songs for Persona 5: Dancing Star Night include “Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There,” “Last Surprise,” and “Life Will Change.”
- Producer Kazuhisa Wada: “Character models are enhanced compared to Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and we’re being even more particular about dance motions.”
- Wada: “This is the first time we created models of the Persona 3 characters with realistic body proportions. The impact of that is quite big.”
- Composer Ryota Koduka: “Deep and serious stories will develop through these games, but we want to put in crazy elements and colorful elements that cannot be done in the main story.”