A new trailer for Persona 5 Strikers has been released to let you know all the operations.
in Persona 5 Assaulter, You can play the role of your favorite phantom thief, because the team will lead you on a tour to fight corruption in the entire city of Japan.
It was released in Japan in February 2020 as “Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers”, a collaboration between P Studio and Omega Force. Hack and slash role-playing games are the intersection between Dynasty Warriors and the Persona series. It was set six months after the events of “Persona 5”, and then Joker and “The Phantom Thieves of Hearts” investigated a series of mysterious events.
Here is more content of the game:
New stories and new attractions -The Persona 5 Commando provides a deep storyline and thrilling battles, making a real Persona experience possible. Visit 6 different cities in Japan, make attractive and authentic food, and reach out to those in need; then fight the shadows to discover the root of corruption in the Metaverse Dungeon. Whether you are a newbie in the series or a loyal fan, you can directly enter the story.
Fight with style -Attack the enemy in a hybrid combat system, which combines explosive combat with pauses and planned sequences to decide your next strategic action. Ambush the enemy, defeat the enemy’s weakness to knock them down, and use all-out attacks to defeat the enemy, thus gaining an advantage over the enemy.
Harness the full power of Phantom Thief – All Phantom Thieves can play completely, so make full use of the specific skills of each character and summon their characters for smooth and elegant battles! Enhance their skills and abilities and fight in your own style. Each character has its own unique, wide-ranging, flashy spells and magic kits that can clear large groups of people. Have you ever wanted to fight with a giant cat bus? Well, look no further.
Persona 5 Strikeers will be available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Steam on February 23. If you pre-ordered the “Digital Deluxe Edition”, you will get it four days in advance on February 19.