Persona 5 The Royal, Persona 5 S Next Announcements to Be Streamed Live on Niconico

Persona 5 The Royal, Persona 5 S Next Announcements to Be Streamed Live on Niconico

The Persona Super Live P-Sound Street 2019 concert, with announcements regarding Persona 5 The Royal and Persona 5 S, will be streamed live on Niconico Douga.

Sega and Atlus announced via the official Persona Twitter account that the next big concert of the Persona series, Persona Super Live P-Sound Street 2019, will be streamed live on Niconico Douga.

The concert, which is fully titled Persona Super Live P-Sound Street 2019 ~Welcome to the Qth Theater~, spans two days: April 24 and April 25, 2019. It has already been officially confirmed that new information regarding Persona 5 The Royal will be revealed during the concert on April 24, and an announcement regarding Persona 5 S will be made on April 25.

The concerts will be starting at 19:00 JST. Here’s the Niconico page for the first day, and here’s the one for the second day. There’s a catch though, only people with Premium Niconico accounts will be able to watch the whole streams. Usually, concerts streamed live on Niconico requires you to buy a ticket much more expensive than the premium fee, so this is a rather good deal. You can find plenty of guides on how to make a Niconico premium account on google.

Starting 19:30 JST on April 24 and 25, the Persona official Twitter will also stream live some bits of the concert.

The announcement on Persona 5 The Royal will reveal more about the game. We’ll probably know if the mysterious female character shown in the teaser is a new selectable female protagonist or the usual new female character Atlus always add in their remakes. The game could certainly feature both as well.

The announcement regarding Persona 5 S should be the reveal that the original Persona 5 will release on Nintendo Switch. Perhaps Persona 5 The Royal will also be announced for Switch as well as PS4.

In other news, Persona 5‘s Joker is available now in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Atlus also released a new music video for the Persona dancing games.