Atlus has stated it won't announce any new Persona games at an upcoming event next month.
Earlier today on September 20, the official Japanese-facing Persona Twitter account published the two tweets just below. While the first tweet merely announces a new statue will debut at the Persona Super Live P-Sound 2022 concert next month, the second tweet warns viewers not to expect an announcement of a brand new Persona game.
本ライブでは新作ゲームタイトル発表の予定はございません。御来場・御視聴頂けるすべての皆様が満足頂ける最高のライブを目指し、日々全力集中で準備を進めております。どうぞご期待ください。September 20, 2022
Anticipation has been high for a new Persona title for a few years now, since Persona 5 Royal launched in late 2019. The anticipation has been higher than ever since July 2021 though, when Atlus's director very casually confirmed that a new Persona game was in active development via a job listing.
As we're now well over a year removed from that initial confirmation, you can see why some Persona fans would be anticipating the new game's unveiling at the Persona Super Live P-Sound 2022 concert next month, which takes place on October 8 and 9, broadcast live from Chiba, Japan.
After a blockbuster Summer of announcements though, it seems Atlus is all out of surprises for fans. The developer unveiled back in June that Persona 4 Golden and 3 Portable would be coming to modern PlayStation and Xbox consoles, as well as PC, with Persona 5 Royal receiving a native new-gen version on the same platforms.
All things considered, it's already been a huge year for Persona, even without the reveal of Persona 6. Still, fans are pining through Persona artwork for teasers of the new game, which has lead to a new fan theory that the new Persona game is themed around the color green.
Elsewhere, all three modern Persona games are coming to Nintendo Switch alongside the new console ports.