Persona 3 Portable Is Discounted For PC Already
Get a few bucks off this long-awaited port of an Atlus classic.
Atlus’ cult classic JRPG, Persona 3 Portable, is finally available on modern platforms, and fans can grab the game on PC for just $17.59 (normally $20) through Fanatical.
Persona 3 Portable is a port of the PSP version of the original Persona 3 that streamlined the game’s structure to suit the PSP’s hardware and portable form factor, while also adding the option to play as a female protagonist with her own storylines and social links compared to the original game, plus quality-of-life features like direct control over your party members’ battle actions.
This new port brings the game to PC and consoles, and features sharper full HD visuals, which will hopefully make it the best way to experience the game for longtime fans and first-time players alike. This special launch day deal is an excellent opportunity to pick up Persona 3 Portable on PC. Sure, it's not a huge discount, but the game only retails for $20 to begin with.
If you want to complete your Persona PC collection, the PC version of Persona 4 Golden is also discounted at Fanatical to celebrate its release on new platforms as well. Persona 4 has been available on PC for a few years, but it's definitely worth checking out if you haven't already.
Both games are Steam Deck-verified, which is a fantastic way to play these meaty JRPG classics.
Along with the PC release, Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden are also available on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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