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The ‘P3RE’ Domain Update Suggests Persona 3 Remake Announcement Is Coming

It’s the P3RE.JP that has made a change to its domain name today, which lends credence to the speculation that the long-awaited Persona 3 Remake will be revealed in the very near future.

According to the website personacentral.com, comparable updates were present for the “P5T” domain before it was formally released, in addition to many other domains associated with Persona. This information was obtained from the website.

According to Persona Central, the Persona Q2 and Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight domains were updated before the release of announcements and teases. Catherine: Full Body and the Persona 5 Royal domain were also updated.

The first mention of a Persona 3 remake can be traced back to September 2022 on ResetEra, where the user lolilolailo posted it. The user stated that a re-release of Persona 3 Portable and a remake of the original Persona 3 were in the works. lolilolailo, would soon acquire faith in their claims after it was later reported that Persona 3 Portable Remastered would arrive for personal computers, PlayStation consoles, Xbox consoles, and the Nintendo Switch platform.

The user claims the Persona 3 Remake will unite the initial game versions into a single definitive edition. The first release of Persona 3 included two spin-off games: Persona 3 FES, which had a chapter set after the events of the main game, and Persona 3 Portable, which featured a female protagonist that players could control and additional social connections with other characters.

The much-talked-about Persona 3 Remake may have had some of its gameplay footage published online earlier this year. Due to the high level of detail in the film, which was initially shared on April 4 by the user AVtoGAMEnoYAMI on Twitter, it was met with suspicion on the internet, leading many 2 conclude that it was a fan-made creation. The user stated in a subsequent tweet that the video was taken at an internal SEGA meeting in 2021.


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