From Persona 3 Reload will remove the fatigue system

From Persona 3 Reload will remove the fatigue system

In an interview with 4GAMER with the main developers of Persona 3 Reload, Atlus said that she would remove the fatigue system from the game. This will help to make Persona 3 a more modern Persona game. Some QOlings will also be made to such mechanics as Tartar’s study to improve the player’s impressions.

In the original Persona 3 there was a state system. Too long a battle or Tartar’s study could tire the characters. This led to the fact that the next day they could get sick. Tired and sick characters had lower indicators. In addition, it was easier for the enemies to knock them down or put the effects of the state on them. And vice versa, if you rested on the night before Tartar’s day, you have a chance to be in excellent condition. The characters received higher indicators, for example, a higher coefficient of Crete.

The time management system in Persona 3 was organized in such a way as to prevent characters’ disease or bypass it. However, this system does not go very well with the calendar system existing in the series. The disease was random. Therefore, this could strain the players who planned their schedule for several days ahead. Since the fatigue system has actively influenced how fun the players spent time, Atlus decided to remove it in Persona 3 Reload.

Tartar also has several minor changes Qol. Since the developer team wanted to maintain the atmosphere of Persona 3 and at the same time make the game easier (like Persona 5), ​​she tried to figure out how to make Tartar’s study more pleasant. For example, a feeling of void when climbing the shady corridors of Tartar during a dark hour is that the team of developers wanted to save. Tartar will still be generated randomly. But the team added things such as conversations with party members in order to prevent it from becoming boring.

Persona 3 Reload will be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass and Windows PC through Steam in early 2024.