Persona 3 Remake is said to be in development

Despite a port of Persona 3 Portable releasing later this month, a leaker has claimed that Atlus is working on a remake for the title.

The claim made about Resetera comes from a user who has reportedly posted accurate Atlus news in the past. Atlus has released remakes of Persona 3 in the past, in the case of Persona 3 FES and Persona 3 Portable, the latter of which will be ported on January 19th.

When asked why Atlus would release a port only to announce a remake shortly after, the user said, “Because P3P is a cheap port of a PSP game, just like P4G. It’s easy money and you can bring the “entire” saga (because, let’s face it, P1 and P2 don’t exist) to the new consoles.”

According to a report from mynintendonews.com, these new leaks come about the same user who exactly leaked Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 5 Royal coming to Xbox Game Pass.

This rumored new remake will reportedly feature “Persona 5-like visuals and quality of life improvements.”

It’s unclear if this new remake of Persona 3, if it even exists, will be out this year. Atlus has only said that they are working on several “unreleased new titles,” with no mention of a Persona 3 remake.

Many commenters on Resetera have expressed their skepticism, saying, “Yes, nothing physically or legally stops Atlus from announcing a remake, but they won’t do it the same year they release the remaster because it’s not a good one has optics.”

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Greg Norman

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