Persona 5: The Phantom X, cinematics and gameplay for the Chinese mobile game that has nothing to envy to Persona 5

Fans of the series are eagerly hoping for the announcement of a Persona 6 in the coming months, but Atlus has another project related to the previous episode in the works. It is Code Name: Xa mobile game unveiled by Perfect World Games And Black Wings Games in 2021, and which has only just taken shape.

It will eventually be called Persona 5: The Phantom X and its artistic direction and technical qualities will have nothing to envy to Persona 5 Royal, Persona 5 Strikers Or Persona 5 Dancing in Starlight. Its game system will also take up the mixture of role-playing and social adventure of the main line, by making us follow a whole new group of Phantom Thieves in Tokyo, between daytime urban explorations and dungeons full of dangers and secrets at night.

SEGA And Atlus actively overseeing the development, artist Shigenori Soejima of P Studio having for example drawn the hero and his personas. On the other hand, the team reminds that the themes and the game experience have been calibrated for China and the Asian market, leaving much doubt about the possibility of localization in Europe. The Chinese public can already register for A Infiltration Test which will begin on March 29. In any case, a cinematic and the trailer of gameplay released today are indeed enough to make you salivate…

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