According to the Japanese-focused publication Siliconera Persona 4: Dancing All Night will feature a soundtrack of remixed tracks created by Japanese Music Artists.
Among the musicians featured in the recently announced title are Daisuke Asakura and Tetsuya Kouro, with more still to be revealed. As of right now the only tracks confirmed to make an appearance are; Pursuing My True Self, Time to Make History, HEAVEN, and Reach Out to the Truth.
When the rhythmic P4D made it’s debut in a much publicized internet stream by Atlus, many fans were left disappointed by the fact that the Vita would not receive a direct sequel to Persona 4 Golden. Up until that point every major entry in the series had made an appearance on PlayStation Vita and a dancing game was not what fans were expecting. However, while P4D may not be Persona 5, that doesn’t mean that the title is devoid of story.
In the report it states that this weeks issue Dengeki PlayStation Magazine will reveal that the Persona 4: Dancing All Night follows the events of Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold; the spiritual-sequel to Persona 4: Arena.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is scheduled for a Fall 2014 release in Japan.