Atlus rolled out a new trailer for Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers that reveals what fans should expect from the next installment in the popular JRPG franchise.
The game, which was codenamed Persona 5 S, was originally thought to be a Nintendo Switch port for Persona 5.
It was later revealed in April to be a collaboration between Atlus and Koei Tecmo studio Omega Force, the developer behind the hack-and-slash Warriors games.
The trailer reveals that Persona 5 Scramble will launch for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on February 20, 2020, and that the Musou-style game will continue the Persona 5 story into the Phantom Thieves of Hearts’ summer vacation.
The story of Persona 5 Scramble takes place about half a year after the end of the Persona 5 story, with the Phantom Thieves meeting up for summer vacation.
Their time for relaxation, however, is apparently cut short by the return of Palaces, which are the cognitive worlds created by twisted adults.