12 Things To Know Early On


Persona 5 Tactica riffs on a lot of the original game’s mechanics and retools them for a tactics-based grid. At first, it’s pretty simplistic, and the opening chapter painstakingly tutorializes all these mechanics with the most straightforward use cases. But as I played through the Phantom Thieves’ latest journey, I actually found its spin on turn-based systems pretty rewarding. Here are a few tips for making your way through Persona 5 Tactica.

The All-Out Attack is still your go-to strategy

Much like most Persona games, the All-Out Attack is the core of nearly every play you’ll make in a fight. Instead of having to knock down every enemy on the field with a critical hit like in P5, you only have to strike one down and have your team in a triangle formation across the map in Tactica.

This spin-off is pretty liberal with what it considers a triangle, and after you critically damage an enemy, you have another chance to move characters around and make that formation. The trick here is that you can swap between both the critical hitter and their team before activating an All-Out Attack. If you carefully position your three party members and spread them out, you can get near map-spanning attacks and only use one unit’s turn to do so. Movement on its own doesn’t take up a turn, so if you’re trying to set up an All-Out Attack, spread that triangle out as far as you can and catch as many enemies in the blast as possible.


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