Atlus has just announced that Persona 3 Reload has sold over one million units worldwide on all platforms in its first week. As such, it currently is the fastest game in Atlus history (and from what appears to be a huge commercial success).
Persona 3 Reload sold 1,000,000 copies worldwide within its first week, becoming the fastest selling game in ATLUS history! 🎉
A huge thank you to our community for your incredible support! We look forward to breaking more records with you. 💙 pic.twitter.com/C2abDAwCDs
— Official ATLUS West (@Atlus_West) February 8, 2024
Although Atlus has not provided any platform-specific sales, we do know that the game sold well on PC. As we’ve reported, it immediately became the biggest ATLUS launch on Steam.
Persona 3 Reload is a cool remake of the old RPG from 2016. The developers have jazzed it up for today with better graphics and gameplay. It, more or less, looks identical to Persona 5 Royal. So, you kind of know what you can expect from it visually.
In this RPG, players can fully immerse themselves in an emotional, gripping journey with new scenes, character interactions, and additional voiceover. Players will choose how to meaningfully spend each day through various activities, from exploring the Port Island to forging genuine bonds with beloved characters. Additionally, they will build and command their optimal team to take down otherworldly Shadows and climb closer to the truth.
Persona 3 Reload currently has Overwhelmingly Positive Reviews on Steam.
The game also does not seem to require a high-end PC. For getting 60fps at 1080p/High Settings, SEGA recommends using an Intel Core i7-4790, AMD Ryzen 5 1400 with 8GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 or AMD Radeon R9 290X. In theory, if you can already run Persona 5 Royal, you’ll be also able enjoy Persona 3 Reload.
And that is that. Congrats to Atlus and here is hoping that it will keep bringing its title on PC on day-1.
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