How To Get The New Persona 5 Strikers Wallpapers?
Get all the new Persona 5 Strikers wallpapers.
Atlus West released new Persona 5 Strikers wallpapers to celebrate the launch of the game on PC via Steam, PS4, and Switch. The wallpapers feature the Phantom Thieves, including two new characters appearing in this sequel. While Atlus already revealed who these characters are, including in the opening, so it wouldn’t necessarily be considered spoilers, you might want to skip looking at the wallpapers if you wish to discover everything about the game by yourself.
You can find all the wallpapers here. Get on the official site from your phone, download the wallpapers you’re like to use, and you’re done. If you’re on a PC, simply download them now and hook up your phone to the PC later on to transfer the wallpapers. Nothing complicated, but Google sensei is still asking anyway.
Atlus West shared 33 Persona 5 Strikers wallpapers in total.
The official Persona 5 Strikers wallpapers feature Joker, Ryuji, Morgana, Anne, Yusuke, Makoto, Futaba, Haru, Sophia, and Zenkichi.
Sophia and Zenkichi are the latest allies of the Phantom Thieves of Hearts! ❤️ Welcome them to the gang with these special mobile wallpapers!
— Official ATLUS West (@Atlus_West) February 28, 2021
Persona 5 Strikers was first launched in Japan under the name Persona 5 Scramble The Phantom Strikers. The game released in Japan on PS4 and Switch, on February 20, 2020. The western version, Persona 5 Strikers, was then launched in the west on Steam, PS4 and Switch on February 23, 2021. The official name of the game was shortened.
P5S as we call it, basically released one year later outside Japan, which was a pretty long wait, but better later than never, and it’s important to salute the work of Atlus West. Japan also got the Steam version of the game on February 23.
Review – Persona 5 Strikers is an Incredible Sequel
Personally speaking, as someone who played the game in Japanese, I can confirm Persona 5 Strikers is a great game. It’s especially refreshing in how it’s parting ways with the usual Musou formula of Koei Tecmo and Omega Force.
Persona 5 Royal, which is a PS4 exclusive, is also available now if you haven’t tried it out yet.