Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is going to be a much different game than Persona 5 and its updated version Persona 5 Royal. To make sure players are not disappointed in finding that the game is different from what they might expect, Atlus released today an extremely informative new trailer.
The new trailer provides an overview of the game, highlighting the action-oriented experience, the RPG mechanics and those lifted from other entries in the series. If you have never seen the game in action before, this is the chance to learn more about it.
As already mentioned, Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will play differently from the other entries in the series, as it will be an action-oriented experience in the vein of the Warriors series also developed by Omega Force. The game, however, will be slightly deeper than other similar games, as the RPG mechanics will add a lot more options.
Mechanics like Persona Fusion and skill cards will also come back, adding even more to the experience as a whole.
Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers launches this year on Nintendo Switch as well as on PlayStation 4.