One year from now, Persona and Shin Megami Tensei designer Atlus might want to deliver another game that will additionally set the organization’s status as a head Japanese studio.
As revealed by Gematsu, Famitsu got some information about their objectives and aspirations for 2022 as this year attracts to an end, and Atlus’ Shinjiro Takada made them invigorate comments for devotees of the studio’s games.
Takada – who is answerable for such establishments as Shin Megami Tensei and Etrian Odyssey – says, “I picked ‘Challenge’ as my catchphrase for 2022 in desires to deliver a title to the world that will turn into a column for Atlus.” He proceeds, “The staff are buckling down on advancement to make something that will be intriguing and fulfilling for everybody, so I’d be cheerful if you would anticipate it.”
Persona and Shin Megami Tensei Developer Atlus Hopes
Presently, we are aware of three activities that Atlus is chipping away at. A port of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax was declared at The Game Awards 2021 and is sending off on March 17, 2022, for PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. Also, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim is sending off for Nintendo Switch on April 22, 2022; it was initially delivered on PS4 in 2020. The last one is Project Re Fantasy, which is being driven by another advancement group called Studio Zero. It was uncovered back in 2016, yet very little data about the game has been shown at this point.
It’s indistinct whether or not Re Fantasy is the game Takada is discussing. In any case, talking with Famitsu in December 2020, Atlus maker Katsura Hashino expressed that advancement on the game was at its peak and that he might want to deliver ongoing interaction subtleties soon.
There is additionally a potential Atlus named called “Undertaking Pen” that was recorded on the Australian Government Classification Database in November, so that could be another chance.
“With Shin Megami Tensei V at last delivered, we are deeply inhale alleviation, despite the fact that we desire to report something this year (2022) as well, so kindly stay tuned,” Takada clarifies.
This year, Atlus limited Persona 5 Strikers and Shin Megami Tensei III HD Remaster, just as sent off a worldwide concurrent delivery for Shin Megami Tensei V. Ideally, Atlus will proceed with the worldwide send-offs for future games so western fans can appreciate them simultaneously as the Japanese ones.