Persona 5 Strikers marks the series’ debut on the Nintendo Switch, and it also serves as a direct continuation of the story from the original game. The Phantom Thieves have reunited for their summer vacation, but the Metaverse quickly rears its ugly head again and the gang is forced to explore more Palaces to rid Tokyo of evil. Here’s how to get more Personas in Persona 5 Strikers.
Getting More Personas in Persona 5 Strikers
Just like in the original game, Joker has the ability to command multiple Personas at once and even switch between them whenever he wants. And if you want to do well in the combat situations in Strikers, you’ll definitely need an arsenal of Personas at your disposal as they all come with different abilities and attributes.
First off, the most common way of getting Personas is simply by battling Shadows in the Palaces. Whenever you defeat a group of enemies, there’s a chance that a mask might pop up at the end of the encounter. If you grab it, you’ll gain a new Persona that’s usually related to one of the Shadows you just fought in that last encounter.
After grabbing the mask, you can then check your Personas from the menu and equip them as your primary.
That being said, mask Personas aren’t necessarily the strongest, and if you want more powerful abilities, you’ll need to make use of the fusion system at the Velvet Room. Whenever you get a break from Palaces, head over to the Velvet Room and speak with Lavenza.
From there, you can select two or more Personas that you currently have and fuse them to create a stronger one with a higher level. Just like in the base game, you can also register them in compendium so that even if you fuse them away or dismiss them, you can summon them again for a fee.
Do note that the higher the level, the more expensive it will be to resummon them.
That’s all you need to know about how to get more Personas in Persona 5 Strikers. For more on the game, check out our Persona 5 Strikers wiki.
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