Rumors Point at Persona 4 Golden Coming to Steam

Rumors Point at Persona 4 Golden Coming to Steam

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Persona 4 Golden will be coming to Steam if rumors are true. 

On Twitter, user @SabiWabii, who has over 28,000 followers and writes for Spiel Times, posted that a source has told them that Persona 4 Golden will be coming to Steam. Sabi Dabii's source found a listing for the game SteamDB, where icons for the game can be seen. The tweet, which has been taken down, also states that Persona 3 will be coming to Steam as well (via PlayStation LifeStyle). While there was no word on which iteration of the game would be released, though Sabi Wabii does state that it might be Persona 3 Portable. There is no word on whether Persona 5 will also be coming to Steam. 

To add more fuel to the fire, video game website Gematsu also states that multiple sources have told them that the Steam version of Persona 4 Golden will be coming to Steam on June 13th. The PC Gaming Show will be taking place that day, and Atlus does have a spot in the show. According to verified Twitter user and video game industry analyst Daniel Ahmed also stated that the game will be announced and released on the same day.  

Persona 4 Golden first released in 2012 for the PlayStation Vita. The original version of the game released on the PlayStation 2 in 2008. The game follows a high student who moves into the country town of Inaba. Things soon take a turn for the weird when a number of murders take place in the town. The main character, along with a number of allies that he meets throughout the game, can go into another world that is related to the murders, and can summon Personas, a form of their inner selves that they can use to fight off the monsters found in the other world. The upgraded "Golden" version of Persona 4 adds a bit of new content not found in the original, including a new social link and dungeon. 

Remember to take these rumors with a grain of salt. We will have to wait until June 13th to see if all of these rumors are true.

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