Persona 5 Strikers may be a big departure for the franchise, but it has a ton of depth and plenty of stuff that it borrowed from its RPG cousins. One of the things that you will need to do to get ahead in this game is to farm for currency. Like many RPGs, this game throws a fair bit of money at you, but you could get more. Fighting your way through this nightmare takes a lot of time, and surprisingly, money. To get very far in this new Switch game, you need to farm Yen. Here are some basic tips to help you get more Yen in Persona 5 Strikers.
You can get plenty of Yen within normal Jail runs, as you loot items to sell and take out Shadows and Monarchs. But there are some better methods you can use to get more loot and cash. By specializing in farming methods, you can get a lot better return for your time.
How to Make Money in Persona 5 Strikers
Farming for Yen in Persona 5 Strikers is all about preparation. You need to come into the mid and late-game grinds with a plan in mind. If you’re chasing that Bond Points grind, Yen can help. To get the most out of the farming you do, you need to unlock two specific Bond Skills. Extortionist and Treasure Hunter. Extortionist increases the amount of Yen you get after every combat, while Treasure Hunter increases the spawn rate of the rare Treasure Demons. Taking these down offers a huge pile of money after you do.
Maximizing these skills as soon as you can will offer a big boost to your income. But there are other ways to make tons of cash. One of the best is to redo the game’s Jails. After the first time you complete a Jail and defeat its Monarch, you can return and any time to grind it again. You can repeat these boss fights as much as you like, and they offer a pretty reliable source of loot.
You might also find some benefit from other Persona 5 Strikers guides we did. If you’re new to the game, check out our beginner’s guide. You might want to work on increasing your Bond Level. You have methods of doing that quickly as well, like the trick to farm Bond Points that uses Yen. See, this guide is pretty useful.