Persona 5 Royal is getting a cooperative card game next year

Although it’s not a new video game announcement, Atlus announced that Persona 5 Royal gets a card game adaptation.

Concretely based on Persona 5 Royal, the new card game will be designed by Emerson Matsuuchi and published by Pandasauras Games, as announced on the publisher’s website. According to Matsuuchi, “In this cooperative card-based strategy game, players will take on the roles of their favorite phantom thieves and fight to change the world,” although no further details have otherwise been revealed about what the game will actually look like.

Nathan McNair, co-owner of Pandasaura Games also said, “As a diehard Persona 5 Royal fan, I can’t wait to bring the palaces, the Velvet Room and the world of Persona 5 Royal to tabletops everywhere in 2023.” The game is apparently targeting a Q4 2023 release, which falls somewhere between October and December, although an image on the site oddly states a release date of October 21st, so it might be then, it might be later.

For now, that’s all good news for Persona fans (aside from the fact that, once again, there’s no real sequel in sight), as Atlus recently announced the release date of Persona 3 wearable and Persona 4 Gold. Persona 3 Portable will be released on January 19 for PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, while Persona 4 Golden will be released for consoles on the same day, having already received a PC version.

Persona 5 Royal will also be available on Game Pass later this month, with 3 and 4 joining the service when they release on console this January.

Atlus celebrated the series’ 25th anniversary this year, so fans have been wondering if a Persona 6 announcement is on the way, but so far the company has had nothing to show, even if there have been some good opportunities to do so this Persona 5 Royal is getting a cooperative card game next year


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