Persona 5 Cheats And Secrets





Persona 5 Has Plenty Of Secrets To Be Uncovered


RPGs tend to be packed full of secrets. Persona 5 is no exception, meaning that there are a lot of interesting things waiting to be uncovered by its players.


What Are Some Examples?


For starters, Persona 5 is similar to other SMT games in that it comes with a New Game+ option, which should make it much easier to complete collections. Please note that skill cards, social stats, Persona compendium, equippable items, and money carry over, whereas other things do not.


One place where the New Game+ option can prove useful is the Christmas present that is given by a character with a Cooperation Level of 10. Each one is very useful, meaning that it is a good idea to collect them all. Some examples range from Futaba’s Promise Note, which unlocks field support, to Iwai’s Gecko Tile, which unlocks all of the gun customizations, and Caroline and Justine’s Prisoner’s Cell Key, which unlocks all of the fusion methods.


Speaking of which, if the player is running out of money, they might want to sell some of the items that they are carrying around. This can be done at the Untouchable Airsoft Shop, which can be found towards the west of Shibuya Station. In fact, players should be familiar with it, seeing as how it is introduced in the main story.


On a final note, it is worth looking into the conditions needed to secure the True Ending as well. First, refuse to cooperate with Nijima Sae in the interrogation on November 20th. Second, avoid the “Is it really the right world?” dialogue option in the final dungeon. Third, choose to fight Igor when he is encountered in the final dungeon on December 24th. Failing to meet one of these conditions will result in either a bad ending or in the last case, the Good Ending rather than the True Ending.


Infinite Money Cheat


Once you have an Onmoraki (Onion Chicken persona) that is found earlier in the game, level it up to Level 15 to learn Confusion Boost and Pulinpa. Then, fuse Onmoraki with any desired persona. Since you can always farm on the Easy difficulty, it is recommended you select a persona with higher Luck to maximize your gains. If not, select whatever you are comfortable with and make sure to inherit Confusion Boost and Pulinpa. Next, level up the persona through Gallows Fusion, using the highest level Gem persona you are able to summon as Fodder. Following each Gallows Fusion, you must register the persona, delete it (Itemization or Fodder), and re-summon it again since the game does not allow strengthening a single persona more than once.


After doing this, gather about three Memento Requests since not all Memento bosses can be confused. Make sure the difficulty is set to Easy, you have an SP regenerating accessory equipped, and only have the protagonist in your party (turns go faster this way). Finally, find and confuse the Memento boss, then keep guarding it until you have to confuse it again. Depending on your “Luck”, the Boss should be throwing money, items, or even nothing at you. If you are doing everything correctly, you should not be taking much damage and can farming while doing other things. Simply press Triangle then X to confuse and Circle then X to guard. This method allows you to earn between 40,000 to 170,000 per enemy turn.