Persona 4 Golden from Atlus debuted on PS Vita about eight years ago. Over the last few days, Atlus has been teasing news at the PC Gaming Show and various evidence points to this being a PC version of Persona 4 Golden. A SteamDB listing has surfaced as well in addition to a Denuvo support page (which is now taken down). Gematsu reports that Persona 4 Golden will be announced for PC and released at the same time at the PC Gaming Show on Saturday. Watch the trailer for the PS Vita version below:

Atlus now has a developer page on Steam hinting that maybe more games will be released on the platform in the future. The Denuvo support page is interesting because Atlus and Sega opted to avoid using the DRM for Catherine Classic while the Yakuza games had Denuvo at launch. It is going to be interesting to see if Sega and Atlus announce a PC version of 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim given the game is getting a reveal at the Summer of Gaming event. Given that Sega will be the publisher on Steam, Persona 4 Golden should have regional pricing but the publisher is a bit inconsistent with the pricing for recent releases.

Persona 4 Golden is now available on PS Vita.

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