Persona 5 Strikers Rolls Over Two Million Copies Globally

The collab between Atlus and Omega Force has been a staggering success.

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  • Persona 5 Strikers has sold over two million copies all around the globe, as announced by Atlus.
  • The game producer, Daisuke Kaneda, is content with the milestone and has thanked the community.
  • The action RPG came out in Japan on PS4 and Switch on February 20, 2020, followed by global release next year.

Persona 5 Strikers has sold over two million copies worldwide. The feat was announced by Atlus on its official website to commemorate the great milestone. The game producer showed his contentment with the massive achievement and thanked the fans for the intense support ever since its release. The heartfelt comment made by the producer has resonated with the players since the title took some risky maneuvers, but it paid off nicely.

P5S (Persona 5 Strikers) was released on 20 February 2020. We said at the time that it was unusual to have so many ‘2s,’ but now, thanks to everyone, we’ve been able to welcome a new ‘2.’ P5S has sold more than two million units worldwide… There is no ‘2’ that makes me happier. It is thanks to the support of so many people. Thank you very much,” said the producer [machine-translation]

He further says that watching the Persona 5 Strikers gameplay of players is quite a fun experience. The dev gets a good dose of dopamine out of the unique moments.

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The Persona 5 series itself has been a staggering success, selling over nine million copies worldwide collectively. Other Persona 5 releases have also contributed a lot in raising the total sales growth to that level. The Persona 5 Royal re-release rolled over a million copies alone, while other titles have brought even more dough for Sega. 

Persona 5 Strikers is the lovechild birthed from the partnership between Atlus and Omega Force. As a result, it inherits both real-time action combat alongside a turn-based persona battling system. The action RPG launched in Japan on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on February 20, 2020. The global release followed suit after a whole year on February 23, 2021

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