Wednesday, January 4, 2023, 9:15:20 p.m. Indochina time
new message from Atlas Japanese game makers aren’t just celebrating the new year. But it also revealed some games that will be announced in 2023 as well. Atlas Best known from the game series. JRPG by Shin Megami Tensei and person most well known Both of these games have remarkable milestones in 2022 by the franchise. person Make new sales with Shin Megami Tensei The 30th anniversary celebration includes a special event for the mobile game along with the release of a special old card game based on the series.
during this new year Developers and manufacturers celebrate with fans about what’s next. This includes future hints to a special themed greeting message on social media which way Atlas It’s no different because they made a special New Year’s card to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit. This is not just posted on Twitter not only, but also on the famous video game magazine in Japan like Famitsu with a message promising to come again in 2023
This special card features new illustrations of Jack Frost and Morgana Company mascot from 5th person in traditional kimono along with a demon known as Inaba’s Rabbit Since it’s the year of the rabbit Atlas Given that the year 2023 will start with master of Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden Both games will launch on new platforms on January 19th. Atlas has also come out to tease fans that they are preparing “New unreleased game” Many items and ask fans to look forward to each other throughout the new year.
Happy New Year. We look forward to Atlas’ continued patronage in 2023. Peace be upon you all. healthy pic.twitter.com/sRwwE3d35O
— Atlas official account (@Atlus_jp) December 31, 2022
message from Atlas in Famitsu also thanked fans for their continued support. By mentioning the launch of the game master of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, Soul Hackers 2, and Persona 5 Royal. version Nintendo Switch by master of Persona 5 Royal One million copies were sold within the first month. and has now sold over 3.3 million copies worldwide.