‘Persona 5’ Guide: Beat The Twins In New Game+

By Ben Lindon , Updated Apr 11, 2017 06:42 AM EDT
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"Persona 5" gaming experts have revealed the secrets on finding and defeating all the secret boss fights. Take note that the content may contain potential spoilers and may not be recommended for those who have not played the PS4 game yet. In the meantime, 1.5 million copies of the game have already been shipped worldwide.

Fight The Twins After Completing Game

First off, "Persona 5" players may obtain the Beyond Rehabilitation Trophy in the new game+ mode. It is necessary that the whole game is completed first to unlock this mode. Defeating the twins may be accomplished on any difficulty mode while on the new game+. Note that this boss fight may only be attempted once the Mementos have been unlocked. Then, talk with Caroline outside the Velvet room at the entrance of Mementos.

As for their stats, Caroline and Justine have an 8000 HP with no weaknesses or resistances. Caroline tends to use Fire, Phys, Elec, Psy and Bless attacks while Justine uses Gun, Wind, Ice, Nuke and Curse attacks. The best strategy is to keep alternating attacks between the twins and not to focus on just one of them as the other may restore HP and perform a complete revive which will start the whole process again, Gearnuke reported.

Worldwide Launch Exceeds 1 Million

In other news, Atlus Japan has revealed that more than 1.5 million copies of "Persona 5" have already been shipped worldwide, USGamer reported. The game was first launched in Japan on September 15 on PS3 and PS4 and was recently released in North America and Europe on April 4. Atlus previously revealed that 550,000 units. Hence, the worldwide launch may have accounted for 1 million units.

The "Persona 5" publisher, however, threatened Content ID claims and channel strikes if gamers continue to stream the game beyond a certain point in the story. Unexpectedly, "Persona fans" have not been happy with Atlus' threat. On the contrary, "Persona 5" has been raking in rave reviews up to a full 5 out of 5 stars.

 

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