Persona 5 has been given a concrete release date in Japan. The long awaited installment in the Persona series of JRPGs was due in 2016, and even had it's own count down site. Atlus has give the game a release date for Japan, September 15th 2016, as you can see here on the official website for Persona 5 in Japan.
Personal 5 also has it's own 30 minute Anime special and a special 20th anniversary special edition costing 138,000 yen, which will translate to about $140 if it comes west, including a 'few' extras as you can see;
Western Gamers are still looking at a 2016 release date, the date could be anything including December 31st 2016.
Persona 5 is scheduled for an appearance at E3 this year, and a western release my be announced there. In the meantime, Persona fans can watch some video and keep their eyes on the Atlus English language home page for Persona 5
Here are some videos to whet your appetite- please be aware, they are both in Japanese.
This second video is a staff interview, but you can see some game footage as the interviewees talk over the video.
All in all, the game looks great, a treat for Persona and JRPG fans alike. Persona 5 arrives in Japan on September 15, 2016, with a specific western release date to be announced.
Related Game(s): Persona 5