It seems fans won’t have to wait too much longer to get their hands on Persona 3 Reload, as Atlus has unveiled that the game will finally be launching for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam and the Microsoft Store on February 2, 2024!
Atlus revealed two new trailers for Persona 3 reload, one giving a brief overview of the game, and another one featuring the game’s new battle theme, “It’s Going Down Now”! Atlus also revealed that Persona 3 Reload will be priced at USD$69.99 for its base game, and will be sold in additional editions coming with DLC including costume sets, and music.
▍Persona 3 Reload New Trailers
▍Persona 3 Reload Pre-Order Editions
Players that pre-order Persona 3 reload will receive the Persona 4 Golden BGM set, bringing the songs listed below to the game as options you can use during combat!
The game will also be releasing two new digital editions, including the Deluxe Edition and Digital Premium edition, that offer a digital artbook filled with 64 pages of character art, concept art, backgrounds, and other illustrations from the game, and an arranged soundtrack that brings 60 new songs!
The Premium edition meanwhile brings a special piece additional DLC content, in the form of Persona 5 Royal costume sets, including the Persona 5 Royal Phantom Thieves Costume Set, Persona 5 Royal Shujin Academy Costume Set, Persona 5 Royal Persona Set 1, Persona 5 Royal Persona Set 2, Persona 5 Royal Background Music Set, Persona 4 Golden Yasogami High Costume Set, and Persona 4 Golden Persona Set.
▍About Persona 3 Reload
P3REload is a complete remake of the original P3, giving it a much-needed facelift since the game came out on July 13, 2006. The game features remade content from the original title without anything from Persona 3 FES or P3P but with new additions and updated gameplay design such as changes to its fatigue system, social links, maps, and more.
The game brings back its series staple turn-based gameplay with new additions not in the original such as improved UI, the ability to command team members, and other gameplay changes to bring the game more in line with the experience that Persona 5 offered in terms of modern gameplay changes, including a seamless transition into fights, all-out-attack portraits for each character, and other quality of life features!