Persona 5 Scramble Stream to Be Held on November 29, Trailers for the Persona 5 Royal Challenge Battle DLCs

Persona 5 Scramble Stream to Be Held on November 29, Trailers for the Persona 5 Royal Challenge Battle DLCs

More Persona 5 Scramble gameplay and information will be revealed with a new stream coming on November 29.

Atlus announced we’ll be getting another live stream for Persona 5 Scramble. The live stream will happen on Abema TV, on November 29 at 23:00 JST (click here for time conversions). New gameplay was confirmed to debut on stream, along with new information. You can access the stream’s page here. However, it’s region-locked to Japan. It’s been a while since this last happened with a Persona-related stream.

The stream will include Joker’s seiyuu Jun Fukuyama. Iwai Yuki will be the stream’s MC. In case you’ve never heard of him, he’s a popular otaku who has his own radio shows on Niconico, and who regularly appears on streams or TV programs related to anime and manga. Iwai Yuki is also an accomplished comedian, part of a duo called Haraichi with Yu Sawabe. He’s also a huge advocate of Pretty Rhythm, one of my favorite anime.

In related news, Atlus also published short trailers for the Challenge Battle DLCs of Persona 5 Royal. These DLCs unlocks battles against Persona 3‘s protagonist and Persona 4‘s protagonist. The DLCs are available now in Japan, and we’re not sure yet how these will be handled in the western version.

The previous Persona 5 Scramble trailers focused on Joker and the Velvet Room, on Sophia/Sophie, and on Ryuji. We also covered an interview with the game’s staff from FamitsuYou can check some gameplay here along with more comments from the staff. We also covered P5S‘s story details and the character profiles for the new characters revealed so far, Sophia, Zenkichi, and Alice. You can also check the various commercials for the game and the first trailer here.

Persona 5 Scramble The Phantom Strikers will launch on February 20 in Japan, on PS4 and Switch. The game wasn’t announced in the west yet, but it’ll definitely come over. Atlus also did an English restream of the game’s first live stream