How many dungeons in Persona 5
Persona 5 is the latest entry in Atlus’ paranormal teen role-playing game, and it’s long. If most reviews are to be believed, we’re talking over 100 hours of fun. In between finding time to read books, keeping up with your robust network of confidants and combining Personas, you’ll have deadlines to invade palaces in the Metaverse, steal the treasures within and change the wicked hearts of the adults who live inside them. But how many palaces are there in Persona 5?
According to the Shin Megami Tensei Wiki, there are seven palaces in the game that you’ll get to infiltrate over the course of the story. An additional eighth palace is unlocked in Mementos near the end of the game. These palaces are the game’s dungeons, which you’ll have to complete by a certain deadline in order to beat the game. Over the course of the game, you’ll have to use an app on your protagonist’s phone called Metaverse Navigator.
By inputting the full name of the palace’s host, its location in reality, the host’s title and the palace’s form into your Metaverse Navigator, you’ll open the way to the palace. This is all a lot of in-game mumbo jumbo to say that these dungeons are automatically unlocked as you advance the story. You’re not going to miss out on any of them as long as you’re playing the game, though if you goof around too long you might not be able to finish them by the deadline, which will result in a game over. This means you may want to make a save point at the beginning of each palace discovery.
How many dungeons in Persona 5: Palace names
The palaces are named after the person who’s created them, and each of them is based on one of the Seven Deadly Sins:
Kamoshida’s palace (available April 11, deadline May 2): the sin of lust
Madarame’s palace (available May 16, deadline June 5): the sin of vanity
Kaneshiro’s palace (available June 19, deadline July 9): the sin of gluttony
Futaba’s palace (available July 25, deadline Aug. 21): the sin of wrath
Okumura’s palace (available Sept. 15, deadline Oct. 11): the sin of greed
Niijima’s palace (available Oct. 29, deadline Nov. 20): the sin of envy
Shido’s palace (available Nov. 24, deadline Dec. 18): the sin of pride
Mementos (available May 7, deadline Dec. 24): the sin of sloth
To consider yourself a true Shadow Thief, you have to beat each palace by the deadline or it’s game over for you. hopefully this answers how many dungeons in Persona 5.