A new trailer for Persona 5 Strikers has been released, giving you a look at all the action.
In Persona 5 Strikers, you can play as your favorite Phantom Thieves character as the team takes you on a road trip where you will strike back against corruption in cities across Japan.
It was released in Japan in February 2020 as Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers and is a collaboration between P Studio and Omega Force. The hack and slash role-playing game is a crossover between Dynasty Warriors and the Persona franchises. It is set six months after the events of Persona 5 and follows Joker and the Phantom Thieves of Hearts investigating a series of mysterious events.
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New story and sights - Persona 5 Strikers features a deep story campaign and thrilling combat that makes for a true Persona experience. Visit 6 different cities across Japan, cook tantalizing regional recipes, and lend a helping hand to those in need; then fight against the Shadows to uncover the source of the corruption within the Metaverse dungeons. Jump into the story whether you are a newcomer to the series or a longtime fan.
Fight with Style - Attack enemies in the hybrid battle system that fuses explosive action-combat with pause-and-plan sequences to decide your next strategic move. Gain an advantage over your enemies by ambushing them, striking their elemental weaknesses to knock them down, and deal the finishing blow with an All-Out Attack.
Harness the Phantom Thieves' full strength - All Phantom Thieves are fully playable, so utilize each character's specific skills and summon their Personas for smooth, elegant combat! Strengthen their skills and abilities and fight with your own style. Each character has its own unique suite of wide-ranging, flashy spells and magic to clear out big hordes. Have you ever wanted to fight as a giant cat bus? Well, look no further.
Persona 5 Strikers comes to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Steam on February 23. If you pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition, you will get it four days early, on February 19.