Weirdly enough for Switch users.
After the game was initially announced in April 2019 earlier this year, we recently discovered more details about Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers, the upcoming action RPG musou follow-up to 2017’s JRPG hit Persona 5.
With the game nearing its Japanese release date of 20 February 2020, Atlus has revealed that Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will feature save data bonuses. Those who have access to the save files of certain games will be able to enjoy additional content, which includes a Persona 5 Sound Set containing the original Persona 5‘s Last Surprise & Persona 5 Royal‘s Take Over battle themes.
PS4 users will need to have either the save files of the original Persona 5 or Persona 5 Royal to unlock those bonuses, while Nintendo Switch users will bizarrely require Super Smash Bros. Ultimate play history on their console. That makes sense, considering the brawler game is the only place where Switch users can play as Persona 5 protagonist Joker.
P5S will have save data bonus that will unlock Persona 5 Sound Set containing the original P5 Last Surprise & P5R’s Take Over as battle themes in P5S
PS4: Have a save data of either P5 or P5Royal
Switch: Have a play history of Super Smash Bros Ultimate in the console pic.twitter.com/hL28FzCsgL
— 黒凧 BlackKite (@bk2128) November 4, 2019
Atlus has yet to confirm when or if an international localized version of Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will be released. In the meantime, check out the new 10-minute-long Japanese trailer with new footage for the upcoming game.