Aidan Gallagher Features in Persona 3 Reload Game’s Trailer
The gaming company Atlus released a fresh trailer for the soon-to-be-released game titled Persona 3 Reload on Tuesday. The video teaser stars Aidan Gallagher, an actor and musician best known for his role in The Umbrella Academy, navigating through the various zones of the game while discussing the game’s exploration of mortality.
The video game Persona 3 Reload is expected to go on sale on the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, as well as on Windows PC, Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. Additionally, it’s due to make its debut on Steam, courtesy of Steam, and is accessible on Xbox Game Pass from its release date, which is scheduled for February 2.
This upcoming edition of the game will present a thoroughly reworked combat system that differed from the original Persona 3. Additionally, enhancements include detailed graphics, smooth gameplay, a remastered soundtrack, and better-quality sound, due to completely refreshed English voice-over offering. Notable members of the new English dub team for the game include the following:
- Aigis – Dawn M. Bennett
- Akihiko Sanada – Alejandro Saab
- Fuuka Yamagishi – Suzie Yeung
- Junpei Iori – Zeno Robinson
- Ken Amada – Justine Lee
- Mitsuru Kirijo – Allegra Clark
- Main Character – Aleks Le
- Shinjiro Aragaki – Justice Slocum
- Yukari Takeba – Heather Gonzalez
In the Japanese version of the game, Igor’s character will have the voice of Bin Shimada, replacing the late Isamu Tanonaka who voiced the character in the original game. Additionally, Miyuki Sawashiro will reprise her role as Elizabeth.
In their description of the game, Atlus wrote:
Assume the role of a transfer student who is thrust into an unexpected destiny and step into the “hidden” hour between one day and the next. Unleash an extraordinary power, unravel the mysteries of Tartarus, wage battles for your friends, and leave an indelible impression on their memories.
Insiders of the game development team assured IGN that the impending remake will incorporate substance from the original Persona 3 launch, while contents from both the Persona 3 FES and Persona 3 Portable, including the female protagonist, will be excluded.
The PlayStation 2 was the first platform to release Persona 3 back in 2006. The additional disk, known as Persona 3 FES, arrived in the year 2007. In 2009, Persona 3 Portable was released for the PlayStation Portable.
The video game was the inspiration behind an anime film series made up of four parts, which premiered between 2013 and 2016.