Sacred smoker men: Persona 5 s Joker goes to Smash Bros. Ultimate . Keep on: Persona 5 is a PS4 game and is not on Switch. But a recent reputation points to an improved port of title that hits Nintendo's hybrid.
It makes sense,
If it was kept for storage, it would be in the same state as domains like https://t.co/Mgg62fPPUi: Registered, but unaffected and abandoned unmodified until they plan to use them. However, this domain has been installed on the servers that Atlus uses for announcements.
̵1; Mystic: Holiday Labyrinth ?? (@MysticDistance) December 6, 2018
MysticDistance refers to two domain names they have previously mentioned: P5U.jp and P5R.jp. P5U.jp may mean Persona 5 Ultimate while P5R.jp could be Persona 5 Reloaded .
Here's a hint on the title: It's one of the domains I discovered. It's legitimate everything I really can say because the information is so detailed.
– Mystic: Holiday Labyrinth ?? (@MysticDistance) December 7, 2018
MysticDistance tries its best not to be sued for leaking information. It does not take a genius to derive the new title to be either Ultimate or Reloaded .
Persona 5 updated release will most likely be called "Reload" and not "Crimson" imo, especially when we have the domain P5R.
– Mystic: Holiday Labyrinth ?? (@MysticDistance) December 4, 2018
Oh, ok, MysticDistance. Just coming straight and saying it. I hope you are safe from litigation.
It seems that there is opportunity Persona 5 is Swapped under the new banner Persona 5 Reloaded . This reputation will make tons of meaning, if true. Most of Smash Bros. Ultimate s champions have been on a Nintendo platform in one form or another. Having Joker's biggest adventure at Switch would go a long way to introducing fans to the character. Also Persona 5 is an excellent game. The more people who get the chance to experience it the better.
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