The video game person 5 Strikers exceeds 1.3 million copies sold

The video game person 5 Strikers exceeds 1.3 million copies sold

The ATRUS developer company revealed through the Channel Person Portal that the sequel to the videogame person 5, entitled Person 5 Strikers (person 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers), has overcome 1.3 million copies sold around the world, for all versions currently Available. The site shared a special illustration in commemoration.

The video game person 5 Strikers exceeds 1.3 million copies sold

This turns this video game into the fourth delivery with the highest sales volume of the entire person's franchise, only behind person 5 Royal with 1.4 million copies sold, person 4 Golden as more than 2 million copies sold and person 5 with more 3.2 million copies sold. Finally, the videogame was launched in Japan on February 20, 2020, only on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, to later be released globally on February 23 with a version for PC via Steam.

This delivery inspired an adaptation to the anime of 24 episodes produced by the Cloverworks and premiered studies in April 2018. Additionally, Histo Murasaki began the publication of a manga adaptation in the website Ira Sunday of the Shogakukan publisher in September 2015

Synopsis of person 5

The story focuses on the 16-year protagonist, Akira Kurusu, who is transferred to SHUJIN High School in Tokyo after a man with political connections sued by a false accusation of violence when Akira saved a woman who bothered , which leads him to have to live under a conditional freedom. When to go to Tokyo, discovers that a mysterious application has been installed on his phone, which allows him to enter another world formed by the corrupt hearts of adults and where awake to his power known as "person". During his time there, he joins the companions of him Ryuuji Sakamoto and Ann Takamaki, as well as a mysterious creature called Morgana. Feeling excluded from their surroundings, the four form a team that will steal the corrupt hearts of adults and reform society.

Source: official site

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