Job listing suggests Atlus’ Project Re: Fantasy is a PS4 game

The first title from Atlus' newly formed Studio Zero.

Project Re: Fantasy

A job listing on Japanese careers website Levtech Creators suggests that Atlus’ upcoming Project Re: Fantasy from its newly formed Studio Zero team is a PlayStation 4 title.

The job listing is for “the production of character motions for a newly in-development PlayStation 4 game.” A comment from the job coordinator mentions that the company seeking to fill the position has a series that is popular worldwide, and that one entry has sold over 1.5 million copies. It also mentions the newly-started game is a “traditional RPG.”

Persona is a game series that is popular worldwide, and its most recent entry, Persona 5, was announced to have sold over 1.5 million copies. Project Re: Fantasy, of course, is being billed a traditional fantasy RPG.

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