When Persona developer Atlus announced that it was participating in the PC Gaming Show event scheduled for June 13, fans started to speculate on what the studio might reveal. Well, according to some notable Twitter leakers like Daniel Ahmad, we might have our answer. Several sources are claiming that Persona 4 Golden will soon make its way to Steam, with at least one saying that the port will be released on the same day it’s announced.
At least one other source has said that the PSP exclusive Persona 3 Portable might also be announced as part of this event as well, though others have yet to back that claim up. One of the most critically-acclaimed RPGs of its era, Persona 4 Golden is the enhanced re-release of Persona 4, which was originally released for the PS2 in late 2008. If this is true, this would be the first time that Golden has come to another console since it first came out for the PlayStation Vita back in 2012.
These ports would make it far easier for those who enjoyed the latest game in the series–the very successful Persona 5–to check out the previous entries. On social media, fans are still pushing hard for the recent revamp Persona 5 Royal to come to the Nintendo Switch, though Atlus has not voiced any such plans yet. While it’s not clear if these leaks are to be believed, given the fact that Atlus now has a Steam creator page, it’s definitely bringing something to the PC, but we’ll have to wait and see what it turns out to be.
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