A new leak has suggested that Persona 3 Portable will be getting a much-wanted remaster, and it'll be multiplatform.
Known leaker Zippo, who had previously (and correctly) revealed that that a remaster of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax was in development, has now hinted that a remaster could be on the way for Persona 3 Portable. The leak was posted to their blog, artfully titled "The One Article Where Zippo Posts His W."
The leak didn't reveal much, other than the game getting a remaster, so we currently have no indication of a release date.
Persona ports and remasters for modern consoles have been highly requested from many fans but, bar the odd spin-off, Atlus have yet to reveal anything concrete. The Persona series is known for its compelling narratives and engaging gameplay, connecting even with those unfamiliar with the JRPG genre.
Persona 3 Portable was a PSP version of the main game, released in North America in 2010. The PSP version added the ability to play as a female protagonist, some new story elements and music, and a new interface designed for specifically for the PSP. A "multiplatform" release would certainly be welcome, and would likely feel quite at home on the likes of the Nintendo Switch.
As ever, these are simply rumors at this point in time. Without any confirmation from Atlus or Sega, we won't know for sure what platforms the remaster will be heading to - or even if it's in the works at all. Set your expectations accordingly, and keep an eye out for more info.