Persona 3 Reload will see Atlus remake everything from the 2006 RPG, and as revealed in the new trailer, this includes introducing a new voice cast.
Atlus has released a gameplay reveal trailer for Persona 3 Reload (despite the first trailer featuring gameplay). Introduces her members and their new voices to a few parties in the game.
Heather Gonzalez, who played Mineru in The Legend of Zelda: The Kingdom of Tears and Maraya in Octopus Traveler 2, will play Yukari Takeba, played by Michelle Raff.
Another notable cast is Zeno Robinson, who played Sakaki in My Hero Academia, previously playing Junpei Iori, played by Vic Mignogna.
Also, Alex Lee will play the main character instead of Yuri Lowenthal, Allegra Clark will play Mitsuru Kirijo instead of Tara Pratt, Alejandro Saab will play Akihiko Sanada instead of Liam O’Brien, and Suzy Yong will play the role of Fuka Yamagishi in place of Paula Tissot.
The gameplay reveal trailer (above) serves as an introduction to these various characters, showing the protagonist chatting with them, running around the school, and fighting Shadow.
After a string of rumors and one last leak before the event, Persona 3 Reload was finally announced at the 2023 Xbox Game Showcase.
Rather than “Persona 3 Fes” or “Persona 3 Portable”, we will specifically reproduce “Persona 3”. This means that there are no female protagonists or any other additional content that came with these versions. Unlike Persona 5 Tactica, which was announced at the same time, Persona 3 Reload won’t be coming to Nintendo Switch, but after Play Asia listed the game and said it wasn’t a mistake, it did so. Rumors about the version also began.
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