Shin Megami Tensei V is confirmed for the Nintendo Switch
- Author: Israel Montgomery Oct 24, 2017,
Oct 24, 2017, 0:39
Atlus has officially revealed the latest entry into the Shin Megami Tensei series via livestream. Atlus debuted a live stream this morning for which fans eagerly counted down the minutes. The Persona games, for the uninitiated, are a spinoff of this venerable role-playing series, so if you enjoyed what Persona 5 had to offer, you'll no doubt want to jump on the Shin Megami Tensei train from here.
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We also got to see a short new trailer for the game, which appeared to show in engine footage rather than carefully pre-rendered enemy models. However, through that trailer we know that Shin Megami Tensei 5 will be set in modern day Tokyo and there appears to be two characters who could be central to the story, a male and female student. At the beginning of this year, Atlus launched a 25th-anniversary event for the Shin Megami Tensei series with a logo that hinted heavily at a new major installment. It certainly fits in with the legacy-the series began on the Famicom, and the last three games have been exclusive to the 3DS.
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There was no release date confirmed for it yet aside from the listed platform being Nintendo Switch.
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