Persona 5 Tactica Third Training Video Released

Morgana is back at it again with a third tactical training video around the release of P-Studio and Atlus West’s upcoming Persona 5 Tactica.

Although Sergeant Erina of the Rebel Corps tries to steal the spotlight in this episode, Morgana quickly takes the reins before things get too topsy-turvy.

The main highlight of this training video is the All-Out Attack known as a Triple Threat. In order to activate this ability, players must surround a downed enemy with three different party members. For those who played through Persona 5 Royal, this will be all too familiar.

Pull it off successfully, and all enemies that have been put at a disadvantage will take heavy damage – just the thing needed to turn the tide of battle.

Note that if one has a One More perk but cannot surround the enemy, this can be remedied by switching to a different party member. This, in turn, can achieve the desired result.

Perfect for new recruits, all those interested can see the brief brief below:

Persona 5 Tactica — Sergeant Morgana’s Third Marvelous Tactical Training for New Recruits!

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC on November 17.

Note that an additional story scenario – “Repaint Your Heart” – will also be available at launch. This can be yours through a standalone purchase and through Persona 5 Tactica’s Digital Deluxe Edition.

Source: YouTube
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