Persona 5 Scramble Final Trailer Coming February 14, New Gameplay

Atlus will launch the final trailer for the PS4, Switch sequel Persona 5 Scramble on February 14.

Atlus announced the final trailer for Persona 5 Scramble before its Japanese release on February 20 will be revealed on February 14. The trailer will be live on YouTube at 18:00 JST (Click here for time conversions).

A short gameplay sequence has also been shared by Atlus on the official Persona Twitter, featuring Zenkichi and his daughter Akane, and how she seems to hate him:

The final piece of news is that Atlus is also sharing nice comments from the game’s cast ahead of release:

If time permits, w might translate all these in a separate post so stay tuned.

As a reminder, a P5S demo is also available on the Japanese PSN and Nintendo Eshop. A release commemoration stream (YouTube) will also be held on February 19, at 19: 30 JST (Click here for time conversions). The stream will feature cosplayer Enako (who cosplayed Kasumi in the past), anime otaku Yuki Iwai, Chiaki Matsuzawa, and other guests. It’ll also have a concert part with Lyn, DJ WAKA, and Koei Tecmo’s MASA. This stream and the final trailer might be the last time we’ll be hearing news regarding Persona 5 Scramble till it gets announced in the west. Unless some DLCs rolls around, which is highly likely seeing Atlus and Koei Tecmo’s past records.

In the meantime, you can check out our previous coverage: P5S first trailer, P5S second trailer, trailers for Joker, Sophia/Sophie, RyujiMorgana, Anne, YusukeMakoto, Haru, and Zenkichi. Futaba got a video where she’s explaining the game since she’s not playable. Next, we’ve got details on Shibuya, Sapporo, Kyoto, Osaka, Sendai, Okinawa, the New Game +. commercials, artworks, BGMs unlocked via save link with P5R on PS4 and Smash Ultimate on Switch.  Lastly, you can check out the opening animation sequence, and a compilation of the Show Time attacks.

Persona 5 Royal, coming out on March 31 in the west, also got a collaboration with Sword Art Online games. Atlus is wondering which games you’d like to see on Switch as well.

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