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Persona 5 Has New Detail for Goro Akechi, Difficulty System, and More!

Persona 5 Crow is Revealed as Goro Akechi

Today, the official Persona 5 website has been updated with new information. You can check new information for the prince detective Goro Akechi, Safe Rooms in Palace, difficulty system feature, and more!

 

Persona 5 Character – Goro Akechi

Goro Akechi

Goro Akechi is a young man with a detective title. He has an outstanding detective talent despite of the fact he is still a high school student. It is said that he has solved numerous cases, even more than the criminal investigation agencies. He is known as ‘The Second Coming of Detective Prince‘. He has piqued an interest with the recent Phantom Thieves activities.

 

Persona 5 – School Life

Persona 5 - Personal Trait Point Up

When school is over for the day, you can do many things such as watching movies, hang out with friends, dating, enjoying yourself in a public bathhouse, and more! You can even take part-time jobs to earn some money. Most of these activities will usually contribute to your personal trait development points.

The most recent activity that was shared by Atlus is reading a book in a train as you can see below:

 

Persona 5 – Difficulty System

Persona 5 - DIfficulty System

In Persona 5, you can choose several game’s difficulty such as Safety, Easy, Normal, and Hard. The difficulty setting won’t affect the game’s story, so beginner or any player that just want to enjoy the story is recommended to choose the Safety or Easy setting. Note that choosing Safety mode won’t allow you to change the difficulty setting again later.

 

Persona 5 – Safe Rooms

Persona 5 - Safety Room

When exploring the Palace, there are ‘Safe Rooms’ where you can take a break from exploring and battling. You can also use a ‘teleport system‘ between each Safe Room in the Palace, making an easier trip within the Palace.


Persona 5 will be released for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on September 15 this year in Japan and February 14, 2017 in US. Read all post related to Persona here. You can check the Japan’s collector edition version here and the US’ collector edition here.

 

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