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Persona 5 Tactica Gameplay Details Released

Learn more about the gameplay coming to Atlus West’s Persona 5 Tactica with the latest breakdown for this strategy RPG.

Each stage in Persona 5 Tactica features a number of unique interactive elements. For instance, surveillance cameras can call in enemies, while elevators move stage elements at the flip of a switch. Dash Squares allow players to leap across elevated parts of the stage, while explosive barrels can be attacked for added damage.

If a character takes no action during a battle, they’ll be able to charge and be ready for action next turn. Each character has their own unique charge. Phantom Thieves can also equip a Sub-Persona, which raises a character’s stats and allows the use of its unique and inherited skills. These are divided up into active skills that use SP to ​activate, along passive support skills that automatically ​activate in battle.

Finally, The Velvet Room will now allow players to fuse two Personas to create a weapon. Certain Persona combinations create new unique weapons, all superior to what you can buy in the shop.

Persona 5 Tactica will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on November 17.

Source: Press Release
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