A message from Persona 4: Dancing All Night development team

Persona Team taking over primary development.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night

Following news of the game’s 2015 delay and new trailer at the Tokyo Game Show, Persona 4: Dancing All Night producer and director Kazuhisa Wada took to the Persona blog with a message from the development team to fans.

To everyone looking forward to Persona 4: Dancing All Night, we’re very sorry to have kept you waiting!

Moving forward, Persona Team will be taking primary responsibility for the development of this game while still receiving assistance from Dingo, with all hands on deck working as hard as they can to finally bring this game to you.

We’re working as best as we can with the aim of launching as early as possible next year, so please be excited.

For this trailer, we shared a new arrangement and characters, but next time we plan to deliver more in-depth content. Thank you very much for your patience.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night
Producer & Director
Kazuhisa Wada

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