Persona 5 Scramble

Persona 5 Scramble for PS4 and Nintendo Switch Gets New Gameplay Aplenty Showing Sendai Jail & More

Today Atlus presented a sizable look at the upcoming JRPG Persona 5 Scramble, the Phantom Strikers for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Today Atlus presented a sizable look at the upcoming JRPG Persona 5 Scramble, the Phantom Strikers.

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The gameplay played live on PS4 was showcased during a livestream hosted by the Japanese magazine Dengeki PlayStation, and it spanned about 40 minutes.

We get to see plenty of battles, a look at the menus, and even a glimpse at cutscenes and the new character Sophia in action. 

In the first clip below you’ll see the Shibuya Jail, which also serves as a tutorial. The second showcases the recently-revealed Sendai Jail. 

If you want to see more of the game, you can enjoy the previous gameplay, a trailer focusing on the hero, one featuring Sophia, one showing Ryuji, one dedicated to Morgana, one featuring Ann, another starring Yusuke, one showing off Sendai and the features described herean earlier trailer, a few TV commercials focusing on the various locations of the game, the first screenshots alongside story and gameplay details, a second batch focusing once more on Sophia and Joker, and a third showcasing Ann, Morgana, and Ryuji.

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is coming for PS4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on February 20, 2020. At the moment, no western release has been announced.


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