[Update:] Atlus has delayed Persona 5 to April 5th, 2017 in the West for the PS3 and PS4, but included a special free bonus.
[Original article:] Atlus introduced a new trailer that takes existing scenes that were shown before in recent videos pertaining to Persona 5, and proceeds to cover the mechanics in the game. This includes a montage of mini-games that are in P5 intersected by in-game clips or by animated cutscenes. Persona 5 is out now in Japan for PS3 and PS4, and will release in the West on February 14th for said platforms.
Although Atlus released a new trailer for the game Deep Silver uploaded the new video entitled “Mechanics” to their YouTube channel. The video covers content that most fans should already be fond of, unless you’ve been holding out on P5 info.
The trailer holds in-game footage that reveals a variety of activities that are in the game. We also see a hand full of animated cutscenes that fill in gaps between specific key points in the main story for Persona 5, but these clips don’t stand as spoilers — especially if you are the type that skips out on any potential spoilers for P5.
The video covers mechanics like fishing, which is a feature that can reward players stuff, training on a Wing Chun wooden dummy, as well as doing a list of other activities.
You can watch the first English footage released by both Atlus and Deep Silver that revolves around Persona 5‘s “Mechanics”.
Coming in as extra news is that the publisher will bring more gameplay footage for Western folks to watch.
“We’re the Phantom Thieves of Hearts and we’re back to leak some more juicy Persona 5 news! We’ve successfully forced Atlus to finally show the first English gameplay of Persona 5, and they’re going to debut it at their ‘Let Us Start the Game’ live stream event on November 16. We’re warning them to make it the biggest live stream they’ve ever done, so expect special guest, giveaways, and the latest Persona 5 news.”
This will take place today at 12:00 P.M. PT / 3:00 P.M. ET and will be published in English on Twitch.
Persona 5 is out now in Japan for PS3 and PS4, and will release in the West on February 14th.