Update (January 10)
Atlus has published the fourth Morgana Report trailer for Persona 5 Scramble which offers more details to features that were briefly teased in yesterday's gameplay trailer. This time, Morgana covered the Okinawa arc of the game's storyline, where the Phantom Thieves will visit a resort island in Japan's southernmost prefecture.
Although there are no new key characters introduced in this trailer, it still showed the Okinawa Jail area which looks like an abandoned factory. As the area is very large, players will be able to use the Phantom Move action to move quickly around the field or launch a sneak attack on enemies, similar to what they could do in the original Persona 5 RPG. Some of the stage gimmicks can only be solved by hacking on the spot, so whenever Futaba "Navi" Sakura teleports in to perform direct hacking, you must control the other Phantom Thieves to protect her from enemy Shadows.
A couple more in-game features are also shown. The protagonist runs Joker's Kitchen where he can cook meal items that can be used to recover allies' health and stats during battles. He can unlock more meal varieties by purchasing recipes at certain in-game shops. Joker can also take optional Requests from other Phantom Thieves members or citizens, which if completed will grant bonus reward items.
Original (January 9)
Atlus has released the second full gameplay trailer for Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers, giving us teases of what's in store for this musou-style action RPG sequel to Persona 5.
You can find the trailer below.
Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will be available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch first in Japan on February 20, 2020. An English localization has yet to be announced.
If you need to catch up, you can check out the first gameplay trailer, or character trailers for Joker, Sophia, Ryuji, Morgana, Ann, Yusuke, Haru, and Makoto. You can also find the first, second, and third screenshot sets, as well as Morgana Report 1, Report 2, and Report 3.