Persona 4 Golden and Persona 3 Portable PS4 Versions Confirmed by Atlus

Microsoft said at its Xbox, and Bethesda Games Showcase this month that the popular Persona JRPG games will be coming to its Xbox systems, which was one of the more shocking news of the month.

This is the first time Personas 3-5 will be accessible on Xbox, but it was a well-received decision by many fans. The announcement further supported that the Persona titles and Windows Store PC versions would be included in the Xbox Game Pass.

Fans have been pleading with Sony to translate these games to newer devices, mainly since Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden were exclusive to Sony’s handhelds, the PlayStation Portable, and Vita.

In addition to the PS4, fans anticipated that Persona 5 would also be released on other platforms. While the first announcement only revealed Microsoft’s versions, Atlus guaranteed fans that more platforms would be supported, as the PS5 and Steam versions of Personas 3-5 were announced the next day. According to Atlus, the Persona series will also be playable on the PlayStation 4.

While Persona 5 and Persona 5 Royal are now available on PlayStation 4, Atlus just posted a picture confirming that the Persona series would be accessible on all current devices.

While all three games will get ports, Persona 4 Golden and Persona 3 Portable will receive PS4 ports in addition to the other versions previously revealed.

In addition to these platforms, Atlus has confirmed that Persona 5 Royal will get a PS5 update on October 21, the same day as the other editions.

On the other hand, Persona 4 Golden and Persona 3 Portable have no release dates for their versions, even though Golden has been accessible on Steam since 2020. These ports are almost certainly only available in digital format.

While this shows that all three games will be released on contemporary platforms, one version is glaringly missing.

Many fans have hoped for a Nintendo Switch version of these games, particularly Persona 5, for a long time, but it does not seem to be in the works. It’s conceivable that Persona 5 Royal was too much for the Switch.

While Persona 4 Golden and Persona 3 Portable may function perfectly on the Switch’s hardware, Atlus most likely intended to put all three games on the platform and not leave one-off, albeit this is just conjecture.