With Persona 5 Strikers taking at least forty hours to complete, you’re going to want to save your progress in it.
It’s a game of two halves, Persona 5 Strikers. In the real world you’ll be talking to your friends, shopping, information gathering and eating. You know, safe, normal things. Perhaps because it’s so safe, you can pretty much save whenever you want out in the real world, providing you’re not in the middle of dialogue.
So, whenever you’re exploring a city or are nestled at a hideout, simply press the button shown in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen to save your progress. On PS4/PS5 it’s the triangle button.
When you travel to the Metaverse to tackle a Jail, however, saving your game in Persona 5 Strikers becomes a little more troublesome. You can no longer save your game just about anywhere, because that would be too easy.
Instead, you can only save whenever you reach a checkpoint. Look out for small blue columns of light as you explore Jails – they’re easy to find thanks to their large icons on the minimap, with the letter C in the middle of them. Interact with a checkpoint and you’ll find they offer a whole host of functions, such as returning you to the real world.
In Jails, you’ll also find that you can save your progress while you’re at one. Look for the prompt in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen again. Press the required button, and the save menu will appear.