Persona 25th Times Volume 3 Released, Next Stream April 2022; Persona 3 FES Anniversary Event Announced, Tons of New Art

Atlus released the third volume of the Persona 25th Times, primarily focusing on Japan-only events and merchandise. For instance, a Persona 3 FES anniversary event has been announced for the Tokorozawa Sakura Town venue in Japan between May 28, 2022, and July 10, 2022. Furthermore, an official website and Twitter account have been revealed to market this upcoming event.

Teaser artwork for this upcoming anniversary is viewable below:

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Additionally, new character render artwork of the Persona franchise protagonists was revealed for Japan establishments, Da Vinci, and EJ Anime Hotel. You can view these new renders via our gallery below:

A Sega Lucky Lottery event has revealed more new artwork for the protagonists, viewable below:

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Finally, in the realms of merchandise is a Persona 25-year anniversary pop-up store hosting new artwork, viewable below:

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You can view the third volume of the Persona 25th Times below. The next stream will occur in April 2022.

Credit to Megami Tensei fansite, Persona Central, for compiling these recent announcements. View their coverage for more details regarding the Japan-only events.

If you missed it, Atlus recently announced that Persona 4 Arena Ultimax will be receiving rollback netcode implementation on its PlayStation 4 and PC releases.

During the Game Awards 2021, Atlus announced that Persona 4 Arena Ultimax will be releasing for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on March 17, 2022.

This title takes place after the ending of the original Persona 4, featuring elements from Persona 4 Golden, such as the character Marie. This game is a 2D fighter developed by Arc System Works, most prominently known for Blazblue and the recently released Guilty Gear Strive.

The official Steam page states that this re-release will include all of the content contained in the original Ultimax release and the story of the first Arena game. Further, Japanese and English dual audio options will be present.

Senior European PR manager for Atlus and RGG Studio, Sarah Wellock, has confirmed that this re-release will be digital-only.

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