Persona 4 Golden has finally been ported over to PC via Steam, and it brings with it all of the grand improvements made to the original game 10 years ago. In Golden, you’ll now be able to participate in a lot more activities and you can even go out during the evenings. Here’s how to go out at night in Persona 4 Golden.
Going Out at Night in Persona 4 Golden
This feature won’t be available to you right from the very start; you’ll need to unlock Yukiko’s dungeon first. After rescuing Chie, when you come back home, you’ll receive a phone call from Morooka informing you that he has a gym outfit for you to collect.
From that point on, you’ll be able to go out at night whenever Dojima’s not around –all you have to do is interact with the house exit to go out. Whenever Dojima’s at home, though, you won’t be able to head out and will instead have to make do with home activities.
The good news is that once you manage to get an evening part-time job, you’ll be able to go out at night even when Dojima’s home as well. And as the story progresses further, he’ll trust you enough to head out on your own.
What You Can Do at Night
Going out at night gives you a lot more opportunities to spend time with social link members. While you won’t be able to actually rank up the social link at night, you can earn points to progress it so that they’ll be ready for the next rank when you hang out with them during the day.
It also allows you to check out Shiroku Pub and Tatsuhime Shrine, where you can get items and finish up some side quests as well.
That’s all you need to know about how to go out at night in Persona 4 Golden. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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