Earlier this month a dataminer discovered proof of six forthcoming DLC packages for Persona 3 Reload, seemingly confirming that the Reply growth—a meaty marketing campaign launched alongside Persona 3 FES—is certainly coming to the 2024 remake. However now there’s some much more compelling proof, and this time it may be gleaned by merely enjoying the game.

Alas, you must play Reload on its hardest difficulty, Cruel, which for many will appear sadistic given it is a 70+ hour turn-based JRPG. YouTuber Faz has used a cheat engine to fast-forward to the ultimate moments of Persona 3 Reload when performed on Cruel. When the game is accomplished on this difficulty, Elizabeth delivers the protagonist a message studying: “On the finish of a terrific trial, the reply [emphasis mine] illuminates my path.”

Persona 3 Reload

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Atlus hasn’t introduced any DLC plans for Persona 3 Reload, but it surely has confirmed it will not be releasing a “definitive” model of the remake, because it tends to do with most of its video games (suppose Persona 4: Golden, Persona 5: Royal). This was meant to encourage prospects to not hold out for higher variations of the game, which put a dampener on the opportunity of the Reply ever getting the remake therapy. 

Nevertheless it’s virtually actually getting it now. The growth was the massive promoting level of Persona 3 FES, which was a reissue of the unique PS2 game. It is divisive, however you can also’t actually name Persona 3 Reload definitive with out it. Taking the type of an epilogue for the primary game, it follows robo-soldier Aigis within the weeks following Persona 3’s climax. It takes round 30 hours to finish too, so it is hardly a negligible absence.

The aforementioned dataminer additionally discovered an array of extra boring DLC packs, as per beneath. The one lacking piece then, is the playable feminine protagonist featured in Persona 3 Transportable. 

Persona 3 Reload

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Persona 3 Reload launched earlier this month to unanimous reward, with one of many large criticisms being the shortage of Transportable’s feminine protag. Our reviewer described it as “a highly-polished remake of the 2006 basic,” whereas noting that “a couple of components do not age nicely.”