Atlus, along with a Japanese marketing company, Ryu's Office, have just registered some new domains relating to their Persona franchise. Ryu's Office, who previously registered the official site for Atlus JP's upcoming game, Project Re: Fantasy, has claimed these following addresses: P3D.jp (P4D is the official acronym for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. This could potentially mean a Persona 3-related spinoff?) P5AG:jp (Something related to Persona 5) P5D.jp (Persona 5 Dancing All Night?) P5R.jp (Another Persona 5 name) P5U.jp (P4U is Atlus' official shortening for Persona 4: Arena Ultimax. Likely this means Persona 5: Arena) Persona-Dance.jp (More evidence towards another Persona Dancing game) PQ2.jp (Persona Q 2 perhaps) Persona 8, 9, and 10 were also registered, likely for future preservation's sake. While this may seem like huge speculation, Atlus is planning to host a Persona concert in Japan this upcoming August. In which the previous concert was where Persona 5's gameplay was revealed for the first time. These domains also follow up on interviews with Atlus developers, and the recent February survey that Atlus sent out, asking for fan input on potential Persona spinoffs planned for the future. The inclusion of multiple instances of Persona Dancing domains is also interesting, as the developer who created Persona 4: Dancing All Night is defunct, as of last month. For further confirmation, Atlus director Naota Hiraoka has mentioned before that there are Persona games already currently in development, as of Persona 5's Japanese release.