As many people already know the critically acclaimed JRPG Persona 4: Golden which came out back in 2012 has been confirmed for a PC release in the near future. For those who do not know Persona 4: Golden was initially released as a PlayStation Vita exclusive; it was considered to be the most popular game within its series prior to the release of Persona 5 for the PS3 back in 2016. Not only was Persona 4: Golden arguably one of the best JRPG’s of the 10’s but it was possibly the best game to have ever appeared on the PlayStation Vita in general. The fact that Persona 4: Golden was never ported for PC about seven to eight years ago is hard to believe considering how popular it became following its release in Summer 2012. The storyline for Persona 4: Golden was quite possibly the best the series had to offer since its inception back in ’96. The elements of mystery & suspense involving the dark plot of Persona 4: Golden along with inclusion updated social links and plot twists from the original ’08 game made for a very compelling gaming experience.

In fact, some people would probably argue that Persona 4: Golden deserved to be on the PlayStation 4 more so than PC anytime between ’14-’19. However, since more people are starting to become PC users worldwide there is a good chance that Persona 4: Golden would be a bigger attraction on PC than it would on PS4. Based on what we know the PC version Persona 4: Golden will eventually be accessible online through Steam. As it currently stands an official release date has not been revealed; but we do know that its been confirmed to appear sometime in June 2020. Also, the price for the PC version of Persona 4: Golden has yet to be revealed but we are likely to find that out very soon. Persona 4: Golden is considered to be one of the best JRPG’s that Atlus has ever produced and seeing a PC version of the game will make many fans of the series in countries like Japan, America and the UK very happy following its upcoming release.

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