Ever since it launched in Japan back in February - and most likely before then, too - fans of Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers have been hoping to see the game release in the west. Thankfully, a new financial report from Koei Tecmo appears to give a fresh burst of hope for a localised port.
The company has released its FY2019 report, and while it's currently only available in Japanese, Twitter user @bk2128 has offered up a summary of translations. Koei Tecmo saw stronger year-on-year results with overseas sales rising nicely and, as you can see, localisations for both Persona 5 Scramble and Nioh 2 DLC are 'still being planned'.
It's worth noting that Atlus USA, which would publish the title in North America should such a port become a reality, has still yet to mention any western release. Last month, however, a survey from the publisher asked Persona fans if they'd like to see Persona 5 Scramble be localised.
Do you think it's only a matter of time before we hear of an official announcement for this one? Would you like to see Persona 5 Scramble make it over to the west? Tell us below.