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Persona Q2 Gets a New Trailer and Website Update
From the School Festival to the Movie Theater
08.07.18 - 7:48 PM

Atlus has released a longer trailer and updated the official website with new info about Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth. First, let's have a look at that trailer.

It shows off all of the playable characters from Personas 3, 4, and 5, including Goro Akechi, who wasn't shown in the previous trailer. The official website holds new info on the game, such as the ability to draw maps and fight strong enemies known as F.O.Es within the labyrinth... which is normal for an Etrian Odyssey based game. However, each dungeon is based on a different genre of movie, so that should be exciting. Anyways, let's get to what you guys really want: the story.

The Persona users are trapped in a world of movies. And a girl is the one who holds the key...?
In Mementos, the Morgana Car suddenly goes out of control!? Sucked into a mysterious space, the Phantom Thieves arrived at a mysterious town where unknown enemies wander about.
Barely managing to escape, the Phantom Thieves ended up lost in a movie theater without an exit.
And then Nagi, a black-haired, white-clothed woman they met at the movie theater, and Hikari, a downcast-looking girl, informs them that they just came out of a movie.
Labyrinth-like movie worlds. And in those movies, as if something was guiding them, they encounter those who possess the same powers.
Will the Phantom Thieves be able to escape the movie theater...?

From the box art and the above synopsis, it seems that the story will focus on Persona 5's main characters, the Phantom Thieves. With that being said, there will be 28 playable characters from all 3 games including the female protagonist from Persona 3 Portable. Though unless they are counting the 3 support characters from each game, there are only 25 playable characters (7 from 4, 8 from 5, and 10 from 3 and P3P) So, it will be interesting to see if it is the support or if someone else is coming. Take a look at the box art while we are here.

Persona Q2

Finally, we have music DLC for those who purchase the game early. Check out the tracks you get below.

  • Persona 3: "Mass Destruction"

  • Persona 3 Portable: "Wiping All Out"

  • Persona Q: Light the Fire Up in the Night 'Kagejikan'

  • Persona 4: "Reach Out to the Truth"

  • Persona 4 Golden: "Time to Make History"

  • Persona Q: "Light the Fire Up in the Night "Mayonaka"

  • Persona 5: "Last Surprise"

  • Persona 5: "Life Will Change"

  • Persona 5: “Will Power”

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will release on November 29th of this year for 3DS and in Japan. There is no word on a western release for now. More info will be shown on a Famitsu Weekly feature coming on August 9th, however, so stay tuned. Please check out our gallery and check out this link for a subbed version of the above trailer by YouTuber Lettuce Sauce.


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