Persona 5: Where the Faculty Office Is

Where to Find the Faculty Office in Persona 5

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There will come a point during Persona 5’s story that you will need to head over to the Faculty Office at school. You might be a bit confused where that’s at, though. Fear not, it’s way easier than finding the Ginza Line in the subway.

Head to the second floor of the school by taking the stairs. Then, you’re going to want to head through the hallway that cuts through the right of your mini-map. Don’t worry because if you’re headed the wrong way, the protagonist will stop and note it. Check one of the first doors you can interact with, and whichever is the one that says Faculty Office is the one you can go through to continue the story.

Yes, it’s true, you can interact and enter rooms that don’t necessarily show any icon on the mini-map. You often won’t have to, but just keep that in mind for future quests you might find yourself going on. Be sure to read the names of the rooms to note it’s the one you want to go into.

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