UPDATE 14/10/22: Atlus has said its Xbox Series X/S verions of Persona 3 Portable and Person 4 Golden will be native versions of the game - unlike on PlayStation 5. There, while the games will be playable, it will only be via their PS4 versions using backwards compatibility.
Finally got a response about this. The Xbox Series versions of P4G / P3P are native! https://t.co/K8pkLKm6Ak— Gematsu (@gematsu) October 12, 2022
ORIGINAL STORY 8/10/22: Persona 3 Portable and Persona Golden 4 are coming to "modern" platforms next year.
Although we already knew that the ports were on the way, we finally have a firm release date; in a tweet posted to Twitter earlier today, publisher Atlus revealed that the two games will be coming to current- and last-gen systems, as well as PC and Switch, on 19th January, 2023.
Specifically, P4G is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC Windows, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, whilst P3P is coming to the same, but will also be available on Steam, too.
Both fan-favourite games will also be available via Microsoft's subscription service, Xbox Game Pass, too, from day one.
Don't forget, Personal 5 Royal is set to release soon on PS5, PC, Switch, and Xbox consoles - it'll be available from 21st October, 2022. Check out our Persona 5 guide to get up to speed in advance.
Called Guns Undarkness, it was first revealed back in November 2021 and will be a turn-based tactical RPG with stealth elements inspired by Persona and Metal Gear Solid. The game marks Meguro's first official post-Atlus project, after his compositional work and serving as creative director on the PSP Persona games.
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