During the recent Thursday of Gacha, Atlus and Koei Tecmo introduced Persona 5 Scramble The Phantom Strikers, revealing a new gameplay and new information. The producer Atlus Kaneda was there to give new details and deepen the images that have been shown. The gameplay offers some explorations in Sapporo while Kaneda explained the changes made to prisons and difficulties in managing SP and health. Apparently, players can restart from the last battle if they complete a game and the difficulty can be changed at any time in the System menu. Persona 5 Scramble The Phantom Strikers will be launched in Japan on February 20 for Nintendo Switch and PS4 without any word on a specific exit date for the West.
Ghost thieves may apparently enter the prison of a city from a specific safe entry point and they must go to enter the other world. In Sapporo, for example, it’s just before one of the main roads. Although Persona 5 Scramble The Phantom Strikers takes place in the summer, Sapporo Prison is completely frozen in the images. Sapporo prison is the third prison of the game, making it an intermediate level prison. The gameplay battle part showed the players of Makoto and Haru action, giving them a taste of what to expect from the next Spin-Off of Persona 5.
Although the gameplay sequences come from normal difficulties, there are the easy, normal and difficult difficulties, but it seems that there are other levels of difficulty beyond. Apparently, the Persona series bonus bonus included in the first printed copies of the game can be defined with a random game order, to get a different BGM to each battle while players with Persona 5 or Persona 5 Royal backup files On their PS4 will have access to the last surprise and take control as a BGM. Players who change with a Super Smash Bros.ultimate backup file will have access to the same BGMs.
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