Following the recent Persona concert, Atlus has just revealed a total of three new “Personaspin-offs. Two of these upcoming games are based on “Dancing All Night” – a musical spin-off of the fourth game that included some catchy remixed tracks. Meanwhile, the other game will be a sequel to “Persona Q” which originally launched for the 3DS. Let’s take a look at what projects Atlus has in store for its fans.

Two new musical games

According to Twinfinite, Atlus seems to be continuing the musical spin-offs for their dungeon crawling high school simulator franchise.

Both the fifth and third game are getting their own dancing titles titled “Dancing Star Night” and “Dancing Moon Night” respectively. For now, Atlus hasn’t shared many details apart from a few trailer. However, they’ve revealed that these games are being made for both the PS4 and PS Vita.

The two short trailers feature four selected characters from each game’s cast. From the third game, we see the protagonist, Junpei, Aigis, and Yukari busting some funky dance moves. On the other hand, the hero, Ann, Ryuji, and Makoro represent the fifth title’s cast. In spite of this, it seems likely that all the Phantom Thieves and members of SEES will be playable dancers in the upcoming games. Look forward to some snazzy remixes once the game launches next year.

Another journey awaits

That aside, Atlus has also launched the official website for "Persona Q2." The company is still tight lipped about this project as the site only features the Take Your Heart logo. Although, this teaser alone already hints that the “Persona 5” cast will be included in the upcoming spin-off. Just like with its predecessor, “Q2” is being made for the Nintendo 3DS, as per another Twinfinite report.

The first game launched back in 2014 and was a collaboration with the “Etrian Odyssey” series. This game was mainly about fan service as the third and fourth game’s cast finally met each other in some alternate universe. Most of its gameplay systems are taking from the “Etrian Odyssey” games as players could chart their own maps while exploring dungeons.

Nevertheless, the game still followed the basic “Persona” formula during battles.

For now, fans will just have to wait for further news regarding these three upcoming games. Seeing as how the fifth game in the mainline series became a major success, it isn’t surprising that Atlus decided to make some spin-off projects for it.