Persona 5 anime announced and new character revealed
Atlus announced that there will be an anime for Persona 5 at Tokyo Game Show 2015 earlier this week. It was announced as a "special program" anime, so it will likely be somewhere around 13-26 episodes, depending on if it has two seasons. In more recent news, new screenshots revealed a fifth new character called Yusuke Kitagawa and his Persona, Goemon.
We also learned that yesterday the official website has been updated, and all of the currently revealed characters backgrounds can be seen there. However, unless your Japanese is fluent, good luck reading all of that kanji!
Despite being unable to read the picture above, we do know a few things about the upcoming game's protagonist. He is a 16-year-old boy who is deemed leader of a phantom thief group, and he just transferred to a new high school. He is voiced by Jun Fukuyama, who has been in such anime and games as "Rail Wars" and Valkyria Chronicles.
Persona 5 is has been delayed several times, but it is currently set to release in Japan for the PS3/PS4 by Summer 2016 with a United States release to follow.