Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers Revealed Morgana’s Travel Report #4 I Watch It Now!

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Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers


True to its promise, Atlus released another detail for Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers. Last Friday, January 10, the game’s website was updated with Morgana’s Travel Report #4 that showcased Okinawa, cooking, and requests.

Check out the full video and details below!

The video above introduces us to the beautiful island of Okinawa, details about the Phantom Move, cooking and requests. Check out the more vast details below.

An Introduction to Okinawa: A White Sandy Beach and Blue Sea

The Phantom Thieves visited the Kuukojima, a resort island just off the mainland of Okinawa as they pursue a mysterious case. Okinawa is a lively island with beautiful beaches and waters together with tourist shops around the harbor.

While looking at the case, the Phantom Thieves took a brief vacation to the island. But something is odd about the island’s inhabitants. While exploring the island’s secrets, you will wander into the Okinawa Jail, a research laboratory turned into an abandoned castle. The jail has this strange atmosphere like a horror movie. There are voice recorders in various areas, it is a major clue to what is happening on the island.

Players can use the “Phantom Move” ability, which makes you move quickly to high altitudes and undercover. Phantom Move can also break through cracked areas including a glass that blocks your way.

While exploring the jails, you may encounter locked doors. “Hacking Battles” will occur to unlock the door through the navigator’s hacking abilities.

Cooking and Requests

In the game players can “Cook” using the ingredients they obtained. The food you will make will be use as items that offers various effects like HP and SP recovery, strengthening party and more. Also, “Recipes” can be obtained from the game’s various shops and events.

As the story progresses, people may ask for ” Requests”. Requests include helping out those in need, requests from members of the Phantom Thieves and more. You can earn valuable rewards by completing requests.

Thanks, Gematsu!

You can also check the short clip video that focuses on Okinawa here and the Cooking and Requests part here.

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is due out on February 20, 2020, in Japan. Stay tuned for the release date announcement for other regions.


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In case you missed it…

Atlus confirmed that they are teaming up with Koei Tecmo to create Persona 5 Dynasty Warriors-style Musou spin-off game that will be called Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers. This time, this newly revealed Persona title will not be releasing exclusively for the PlayStation 4, as the game is also announced for the Nintendo Switch! Yes, you read that right. You can enjoy this upcoming Musou game anytime and anywhere on-the-go!

You can check out Nintendo’s official announcement on Twitter below.

Read more about the game >HERE<

Check out the game’s teaser trailer and screenshots below.




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1 Response

  1. Brandon says:

    Huge fan of the Persona Series! I’ve played most of them since they came out on the PS1.

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