Persona 5 Strikers Cheats on Playstation 4 (PS4)

Last Updated: September 19, 2022
Persona 5 Strikers
  • First Released: Feb 19, 2020

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Basic Tips and Tricks


Unlike in the original Persona 5, there is no downside to leaving a Jail. If you’re low on HP and SP when you reach a checkpoint, consider returning to the real world to heal and restock on items.

Some treasure chests respawn, so whenever you re-enter a Jail, scan your mini-map to see if any treasure chest icons are active again.

While exploring a Jail, be sure to use Third Eye to spot any cover points, enemy strengths (represented by the color of their aura, with red being dangerous), and other secrets. If you’re stuck, looking around with Third Eye might point you toward a solution you missed.

When possible, ambush enemies to get a first strike (and often a free All-Out Attack) at the start of combat. You can perform an ambush by sneaking up on an enemy from behind or by attacking from a cover point. An ambush prompt will appear above the enemy if you can ambush them.

If you aren’t in a position to ambush an enemy, you can still start a battle out on neutral terms (instead of letting the enemy get the advantage) by shooting the enemy. This will initiate combat.

Pay attention to enemy weaknesses and use your skills accordingly. Striking an enemy’s weakness will not only do more damage, but it will also bring you closer to being able to activate an All-Out Attack.

Try to use combos. Each character can perform combos as a part of their regular attacks. As you fight, you’ll gain new combos with their own beneficial effects—including ending combos with skills without using SP.

Once you’ve attacked enough, you can trigger a special powerful attack called Showtime. If Showtime is available, you’ll be prompted to use it. However, your party members can build up a Showtime gauge, too. If there is a blue fire animation behind a character’s portrait, that means they have Showtime available.

Switch characters regularly. Not only does performing a Baton Pass when prompted to switch help build up your Showtime meter, but each character’s skills and abilities can be useful. Experiment with different characters to see who is best suited to the current situation.

Each party member has their own primary element, so you’ll want to take elemental weaknesses into account while choosing who to take into combat. One thing to keep in mind is that a party member who has a personal connection to the current Jail’s story usually has an element that will be useful in that Jail.

Fairly early on, you will gain access to a special shop through Sophia, accessed from the hideout. A little later, Sophia will start making special sales available. Sale items are always much cheaper than you can find them normally, so you might consider buying them whenever a sale is available.

Talk to your party members when they’re standing around out in the world. Sometimes they will give you items.

Bond Skills unlock many beneficial effects. You can gain more bond points at certain points in the story, by fighting in Jails, and by completing Requests for your party members.

New Requests (side quests) become available as you progress through the game. Whenever new Requests are available, be sure to check the list to accept any you’d like to complete. Most Requests will remain available, but a Request from a party member in a specific city will require you to complete it before leaving that city if you want to get it done.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon reference

Easter Eggs

While gathering information about Alice, you can talk to Makoto to hear her mention that the movie theater is playing Dragon: Like a Yakuza. This is a reference to the video game Yakuza: Like a Dragon. This is also in line with the original Persona 5, in which Makoto can request that you go with her to see a movie called Like A Dragon, a reference to the Yakuza series and/or the live action adaptation of the first game, as the series is titled Like A Dragon in Japan.

Annoying Lavenza

Easter Eggs

If you press triangle/Y while in the Velvet Room, Lavenza will respond, first with confused or puzzled gestures, and then with annoyed reactions if you continue doing it.

Dragon Quest reference

Easter Eggs

At the end of Ango Natsume’s boss battle, he will offer you a chance to rule the world with him, saying he’ll give you half. This is a reference to the original Dragon Quest (much like the entire dungeon references classic fantasy stories and video games), in which the Dragonlord offers to let the player rule half of the world.

How to unlock New Game Plus


After you beat the final boss, you will unlock a number of post-game Requests to beat tougher versions of the game’s main bosses. If you beat all of these rematch fights, you will then be able to fight the Reaper, the secret bonus boss, in the Okinawa Jail.

Defeating the Reaper will unlock New Game Plus. If you start a new game using New Game Plus, you will carry over all of your equipment, Personas, and registered Personas, and also have access to Merciless difficulty. Completing everything in the game while playing New Game Plus will also let you fuse the Lucifer Persona.

How to beat the Reaper


The secret boss the Reaper, only available in the post-game after completing every post-game Request, is the toughest boss in the game. It is recommended that you be level 70 or higher and have strong Personas available. For more tips on how to beat the Reaper, check out the video guide below.

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