Persona 5 Receives Dual Audio And Two Month Delay

Back in August, we reported that Persona 5, the next main entry in the Persona series would be released in North America and Europe on Valentines Day next year.  Earlier today, it has now been confirmed that we will have to wait a little while longer for the localised version of the game. In case you need to update your diaries, the new release date for Persona 5 has now been confirmed to be April 4tyh 2017. According to staff at Atlus, the game is taking slightly longer to translate than previously thought, and they want to ensure that the final version of Persona 5 is the high quality product expected by their fanbase. To make up for the delay, Atlus have revealed that both the PS3 and PS4 versions of the game will feature Dual Audio capabilities, so you will be able to choose either English or Japanese voice overs when it is released next year.

Persona 5 will now be released on PS4 and PS3 in North America and Europe on April 4th 2017 through a publishing deal that Atlus have made with Deep Silver, and will retail for £49.99. If you are interesting in seeing more about the game, be sure to visit the official game page on the Deep Silver website, and watch the latest English trailer which has been provided below.