Persona 5: Unlock The Velvet’s Room Full Potential With Caroline And Justine

Persona 5: Unlock The Velvet’s Room Full Potential With Caroline And Justine
Mar 9, 2017, 6:10 AM

A lot of people are eagerly waiting for the next game from the Persona franchise, and to help ease the horrible waiting, we got a new trailer that shows us how we can unlock the full potential of the Velvet room with the help of Caroline and Justine. For those of you that didn't know, Persona 5 will be releasing on  April 4th, 2017 on both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 3. You should go and watch the trailer that showcases Caroline and Justine down below.

 

 

For those of you that aren't familiar with the Velvet Room, it's a place where Personas get the chance to experiment on with wild abandon, but, as with all things in Persona games, there's a catch to this room. The protagonist is kept locked in his own Velvet Room, and to leave it and acquire the privilege of being a Persona insane scientist, you must impress Caroline and Justine and spend some time with them. Don't worry, you get access to some basic fusion and registration right at the start, but other features that are more advanced, things like advanced/network fusing, training, strengthening, and other things will not be available right away. But, thanks to the Twin Wardens, Caroline and Justine, you will get to use these by doing certain things.

These two cute girls are actually assistants of Igor, and at the same time they are the rehabilitation officers and they are there to watch over the protagonist during his stay and make sure that he doesn't make any trouble. Once you spend some time with them and they start trusting you, you will get to experiment with more interesting, fun options. If you haven't already, you should definitely get Persona 5.

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