Persona 5 Strikers All-Out-Attack Gameplay Trailer

Persona 5 Strikers

Atlus have released a new gameplay trailer for Omega Force and P-Studio’s hack and slash action RPG Persona 5 Strikers.

As previously reported, the game takes place in the summer vacation half a year after the events of Persona 5. The gang’s road trip across Japan is interrupted, as reality twists and metaverse Palaces appear in the real world as Jails.

Now the gang must journey across six Japanese cities, beat back Shadows in “pause-and-plan” action combat with old and new members of the Phantom Thieves, and try out the local sights and food.

The new gameplay trailer shows the gang in action in Shibuya; distorted to look like a theme park. We also see Joker employing multiple Personas in combat via a pausable menu, while other members of the Phantom Thieves stick to theirs.

Each character will have access to not only a firearm and melee weapon, but the fantastical and unique abilities of their Personas. We also hear a very small snippet of the English dub for Sophia (code named: Sophie).

You can find the All-Out-Attack trailer below.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.

Strike Back!

Join the Phantom Thieves and strike back against the corruption overtaking cities across Japan. A summer vacation with close friends takes a sudden turn as a distorted reality emerges; reveal the truth and redeem the hearts of those imprisoned at the center of the crisis!

Jump into the stylish world of Persona in an all-new story

Dynamically control your team during explosive action combat

Battle across Japan in an epic road trip

Key Features Include:

  • Experience the world of Persona 5 Strikers on PC in Full HD, supports up to 4K
  • Steam Achievements and Trading Cards
  • Choose between Japanese and English VO
  • Full keyboard and mouse adaptation

Persona 5 Strikers launches in the west on February 23rd for Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.

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Ryan Pearson


Taking his first steps onto Route 1 and never stopping, Ryan has had a love of RPGs since a young age. Now he's learning to appreciate a wider pallet of genres and challenges.