Persona sold 500,000 copies on 4 Gold PCs

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Persona sold 500,000 copies on 4 Gold PCs

Publisher Atlus announced that the PC version of Persona 4 Golden sold more than 500 thousand copies. Originally released in 2012, the Persona 4 Golden RPG game has not been released on any platform other than PS Vita. With the release of the game that met PC players via Steam on June 13, it also managed to achieve a new record in the number of players simultaneously in the JPRG genre.

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Persona sold 500,000 copies on 4 Golden PCs

 

PC sales of the role-playing game Persona 4 Golden, developed by Atlus and published by SEGA, exceeded 500 thousand.

Publisher Atlus has announced that the PC version of Persona 4 Golden has sold over 500,000 copies. The RPA game, Persona 4 Golden, which was first released in 2012, has not been published on any platform other than PS Vita. With the release of the game that met PC players via Steam on June 13, it also managed to achieve a new record in the number of players simultaneously in the JPRG genre.

Persona sold 500,000 copies on 4 Golden PCs

PC sales of the role-playing game Persona 4 Golden, developed by Atlus and published by SEGA, exceeded 500 thousand. If we compare, the PS Vita version of the game had sold 324 thousand copies in 8 years. It took less than 1 month for the PC version of the game to exceed this number. If there is anyone who has not experienced before, the subject of the game is as follows.

 

As the Yasogami High School students start to disappear, an urban legend turns into a dark reality. It is said that when you wait until midnight on a rainy evening and look at the dark TV, you see your soul mate. But what turns Persona 4 Golden into a different and mysterious murder story is what happens on the other side of the TV screen.

When you are sent to the once quiet town of Inaba to live with your uncle, you want to adapt to your new life as smoothly as possible. There are friends to set up, part-time jobs to do and exams to study. The problem is that corpses appear in the town. People are afraid, the panic atmosphere prevails in the town, and watching TV does nothing but increase this feeling of discomfort.

Perhaps the most mysterious secret of Inaba is that the televisions in the town are gateways to a parallel world filled with strange creatures and lost teens. There are no brainwashing cases or hidden powers to blame here; every young person is sentenced to the emotions he suppresses. Accepting these fears helps people accept their selves, expelling storm clouds above Inaba and its inhabitants.

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