ATLUS Says The Brand Will Remain in Business, Continues Development of New Games

July 3, 2013

After seeing ATLUS’ mother company INDEX Corporation filing for bankruptcy many got quite worried.  Today Atlus posted a message on its official website in which further reassurance has been offered to customers on the fact that the brand will continue working as usual in the video game industry.

We thank you for the good wishes and for your patronage. Once again, we apologize for any inconvenience and worries caused by our application for Civil Rehabilitation on June the 27th.

In the future development and sales of the products of the Atlus brand and our consumer game business will continue. We thank you for your continued and future patronage of our products.

The message also specified that Dragon’s Crown will be released as scheduled, Devil Survivor 2: Break Record is in the planning stage and a release date will be announced at a later date. Dragon’s Crown‘s multiplayer and data sharing are based on and guaranteed by the PSN, Shin Megami Tensei IV and Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millenium Girl will continue sales as usual both on retail and on the Nintendo marketplace. DLCs will also follow the release schedule without interruption. Finally, the Persona Music Fes 2013 event will be held as scheduled at the Nippon Budokan in August.

Are you drawing a breath of relief yet?

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