After its release in Japan in late 2016, Atlus’s JRPG Persona 5 finally released for PS4 and PS3 earlier this month in the west, to huge critical acclaim.
While none of the registered domain names is currently active at the time of writing, speculation has begun to mount as to the possible outcome of the 4 websites with Persona 5 Dancing All Night one rumoured possibility following the success of 2015 spin-off for Persona 4 – Dancing All Night.
The likelihood is that the names actually represent various editions or spin off’s of Persona 5. For example, Persona 4 Dancing All Night was codenamed P4D prior to its release, which leads to the high possibility P5D would end up as Persona 5 Dancing All Night while P4U went on to become Persona 4 Arena thus making P5U – Persona 5 Arena.
Interestingly, a survey taken by Atlus back in February was conducted to see if fans wanted a Persona 5 fighting game along with a rhythm game, there are also 2 Persona 5 events taking place this Summer, 1, an event based on Anime in July, the other, a live event taking place in August.
Of course, this is all mere speculation until the developer makes an announcement.
Persona 5 is out now for PS4 and PS3 in North America and Europe.