It’s been a long time coming but it’s finally happened: Atlus and Sega have released Persona 4 Golden on PC via Steam. This game adds on a ton of content from vanilla P4, including two new social links and more story stuff that helps enhance the overall experience. Here’s how to make lunch in Persona 4 Golden.
Making Lunch in Persona 4 Golden
While the dungeon-crawling aspect is one of the biggest gameplay elements of Persona 4 Golden, you can’t ignore your social links. These help you to strengthen the kinds of Personas you can fuse in the Velvet Room, which makes the dungeons easier to get through as well.
By making lunches in the game, you can use these as an opportunity to spend time with social link characters to deepen your bonds, and in turn strengthen your fused Personas as well.
You can make lunch during the evenings back at the Dojima Residence. However, they’re not available every night, and you’ll need to check the fridge in the living room to see if Nanako’s stocked it up with groceries.
Whenever she says she bought groceries, you’ll be able to spend the evening making lunch for the next day at school. Do note that this takes up your entire evening, so if you do decide to make lunch, you won’t be able to do anything else that night.
When sharing lunch with an NPC, your social link won’t rank up, but it does give you extra points for progress without taking up any free time that day.
While making lunch, you’ll need to choose the correct way of preparing the meal from a list of options. If you’re having trouble, we’ve got a full list of all available meals in the game and how you can prepare them.
That’s all you need to know about how to make lunch in Persona 4 Golden. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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