Atlus Reveals Schedule For 30-Hour Persona Livestream Next Week

Atlus has announced a schedule for a 30-hour-long Persona-centric stream that will take place on February 4th

The posted schedule lists some showcases of past games, including Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, and Persona 4 Golden, while also listing some events with question marks, one of which notably is listed with five question marks instead of the three seen on other events. This likely means that there will be new information on Persona 5.

The schedule reads as follows:

[translation via Gematsu]

All times Japan Standard Time

February 4 (Niconico live stream)
13:00 – Countdown commencement with greetings from host Teddie
14:00 – Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth character video showcase
15:00 – Persona 4 Arena Ultimax character video showcase
18:00 – Persona 4 Golden Vita the Best version launch commemoration special – The “Greatest Hits” version of Persona 4 Golden launches February 5. This segment will reveal fans’ top 10 favorite Persona 4 Golden characters, as conducted via a pre-stream vote.
19:30 – Top 25 Persona Songs – An announcement of fans’ favorite songs from throughout the series, as decided via a pre-stream vote.
21:30 – A two-hour special digest of Persona 3 the Movie #1: Spring of Birth and Persona 3 the Movie #2: Midsummer Knight’s Dream.
23:40 – ??? (Unannounced)
February 5 (Niconico live stream)
12:30 – ??? (Unannounced)
13:00 – Top 25 Persona Songs (Repeat)
15:00 – Persona 4 Golden Vita the Best version launch commemoration special (Repeat)
17:00 – ??? (Unannounced, Repeat)
18:00 – Final countdown commencement with Teddie
18:?? – Persona Stalker Club: Nippon Budokan Special – Join hosts Tomomi Isomura and Mafia Kajita as they host a special episode of the Persona-themed variety show live online. In addition to the usual segments, viewers can expect to find the latest Persona news coming out of this episode.
21:?? – ????? (Unannounced, though it’s worth noting the Japanese description features five red question marks)

Atlus recently confirmed it would have new Persona 5 information not long after the new year, meaning this event could include the first new look at the game since its showing at last year’s Tokyo Game Show. The game will apparently center around challenging societal norms and being your own person.

Persona 5 is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 sometime in 2015.

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