Atlus parent company: 'The Atlus brand will carry on'
The developer's plans for action game Dragon's Crown and Persona OST music concert are unaffected.
Despite Atlus' parent company Index Holdings being in dire financial straits, the Japanese company's headquarters has stated that it's business as usual.
Atlus Japan said on its official website and Twitter account (via Kotaku) that the creation and sale of its games, including Shin Megami Tensei IV, will proceed. The company also confirmed that it will be releasing the PS3 and PS Vita action game Dragon's Crown on July 25 in Japan as intended.
The upcoming Persona Music FES 2013 concert, which will feature tunes from the recent Persona RPGs will still be going ahead, and will take place at the Nippon Budokan. Atlus US confirmed that it is "unaffected" by Index Holding's financial troubles.
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