Persona 3 the Movie #3 slated for spring 2015

Key visual introduces Ryoji Mochizuki.

The next Persona 3 movie is titled Persona 3 the Movie #3: Falling Down and will hit Japanese theaters in spring 2015, Atlus announced.

Persona 3 the Movie #3: Falling Down

The movie features the arrival of Ryoji Mochizuki (pictured in the new key visual above), a “mysterious transfer student” in the same class as Makoto (protagonist) and friends. He has a bright personality and can easily approach women, but Aigis becomes vigilant of him after their first meeting.

Here’s a introduction to the movie, via Atlus:

“Somehow or another, I knew—you’re afraid of losing, aren’t you?”

The season is fall. The Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad’s battle against the strange “Shadows” is nearing its close.

To bring the “Shadow Hour” to an end, Makoto and friends must battle the Shadows once again.

Through these battles, some face the deaths of friends and family, some become aware of the important things they must protect, and some must find meaning in the battles they’ve fought so far.

And then, a new transfer student named Ryoji Mochizuki appears in Makoto’s class—.

As a new morning is welcomed, the gears of fortune once again begin to turn, and the battle surrounding each relationship begins—.

Visit the movie’s official website here.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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