Persona series 25th anniversary website launched, teases seven new projects

Projects to be announced between September 2021 and fall 2022.

Persona series 25th anniversary

Atlus has opened the Persona series 25th anniversary website, which teases seven projects to be announced between September 2021 and fall 2022.

“As of 2021, the Persona series has sold over 15 million copies worldwide,” the website reads. “To all our fans that have supported us for so long, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. And this coming September, the Persona series will finally celebrate its 25th anniversary. To show our gratitude to everyone, we are preparing a number of celebrations for the ‘Persona 25th Anniversary Year,’ which will last for about one year—from September 2021 to fall 2022.”

It continues, “From 25th anniversary goods and various events to game news and more, we will be making all sorts of anniversary announcements. Please look forward to them.”

Atlus also began selling various Persona series 25th anniversary goods, including pre-orders for poster-style trading acrylic stands and photo cards due out on September 18—the unrevealed items of which may be a hint at the next numbered entry in the series:

Persona series 25th anniversary

Persona series 25th anniversary

Stay tuned.

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