Persona 5 Tactica Details Quests, New Game + & Stage Replays; English Screenshots

Atlus has shared new gameplay information and English screenshots for their upcoming tactical JRPG Persona 5 Tactica. First, quests are introduced, consisting of stages with unique mechanics and challenges.

Quests will all have unique stories and grant GP upon completion, used for completing character skill trees. Further, stages can be replayed, enabling the re-acquisition of identical rewards, such as currency, experience, and Personas. These stages will have three missions to achieve as well, giving additional rewards.

Lastly, New Game+ will carry over various features, including the Persona Compendium, unlocked fusions, money, and weapons. The Special Art bonus will be unlocked in the Report menu, too, comprised of illustrations, character designs, and concept art.

The gameplay in Persona 5 Tactica allows players to take a strategic position during battles. Characters can move around the field and take cover for added defense or take a chance to find an enemy’s weakness to deal extra damage. There are other ways to receive an additional hit that require you to defend and play strategically.

Each character has a variety of skills. Whenever you hit an enemy or get hit by an enemy during battle, the star-shaped Voltage gauge near the bottom right-hand side of the screen will fill up. Once the gauge is fully charged, you can execute a character-specific unique skill. Each character has their own skill tree, which can be reset at any time if you wish to create a different type of party.

Be sure to check out our extensive coverage of this upcoming title.

You can view the new English Persona 5 Tactica screenshots via our gallery below:

Persona 5 Tactica will launch for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on November 17, 2023.

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