Metaphor: ReFantazio – Newest Upcoming RPG From Persona Developers Finally Gets A Release Date

Written by VeryWetLeaf

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Atlus, creators of the critically acclaimed Persona series, finally unveils the release date for their brand new IP, Metaphor: ReFantazio. The highly anticipated turn-based RPG’s release date was revealed during The Game Awards 2023 through a brand new trailer. Avid players of the Persona series will find some familiar elements in Metaphor: ReFantazio. However, the game takes place in an entirely different universe. The game will be releasing on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation platforms on Fall 2024.

Metaphor: ReFantazio will be available for Playstation 4 & 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam.

about metaphor: ReFantazio

The Story

This is the story of how people must find unity to elect a new king.

Our story takes place in The United Kingdom of Euchronia, where the assassination of the king brings chaos and unrest to the land. A spell known only to the king called the Royal Magic leads the world to become embroiled in a royal tournament for the throne.

In the midst of this, The Protagonist along with the fairy Galica must find a way to break the curse that has been placed on the prince that the kingdom believes to be dead. To do so, they depart on a journey across the vast land.

They will discover that in order to achieve their goal, they must participate in the tournament for the throne. This great task will require them to ally with many friends and followers of the various tribes inhabiting the world.

Metaphor: ReFantazio Game Mechanics

  • Unique battles that combine action gameplay and turn-based commands.
  • Party customization offering a high degree of freedom and strategy
  • An evolution of the realistic day-by-day journey of the Persona series.



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VeryWetLeaf is a writer and content creator bringing you video game related articles and videos. He has been playing turn-based games such as JRPGs, SRPGs, and Grand Strategies for decades. He puts a great emphasis on curation and is fond of giving game suggestions.