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How Many Missions Are in Persona 5 Tactica?

Persona 5 Tactica has a lengthy storyline, which isn’t exactly surprising for a Persona game. If you are looking at fully completing your game, you are in the right place, as we’ve compiled a list of all the missions in Persona 5 Tactica.

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All the Missions in Persona 5 Tactica

There are 52 main missions in Persona 5 Tactica, most of which have optional objectives you can complete as you progress through the campaign. Usually, these are “beating the level in X amount of turns” or completing the level with no KOs. Complete all these to earn the “Grand Thievery” trophy & achievement.

Additionally, there are 15 Quests available, which unlock progressively as players advance the story. These quests demand specific strategies and timely execution to meet conditions within limited turns or by defeating adversaries. Completing all quests unlocks the “Conqueror of Kingdoms” trophy & achievement, plus the ability to fuse Satanael in the game.

Below is a list of all missions in Persona 5 Tactica:

Kingdom 1:

  1. Phantom Thieves Strike Again
  2. Unknown Assailants
  3. A Brainwashed Skull
  4. The Mysterious Girl
  5. Rampart Infiltration
  6. Attack from on High
  7. In the Prison
  8. Signal the Counterattack
  9. Armory Raid
  10. Deep in the Armory
  11. Beauty and Brawn
  12. To the Castle
  13. Cake, Marie, Fiance’
  14. A Bitter Retreat
  15. Rescuing Rebel Corps
  16. Her Crusade
  17. Detention Facility
  18. A Perfect Plan
  19. Assault on Marie’s Castle
  20. Reception Hall Rumble
  21. Break through the Barricade
  22. Defeat Marie

Kingdom 2:

  1. A Wanted Criminal
  2. Might Doesn’t Make Right
  3. Double Pincer Attack: March II
  4. Wipe out the Aizen Squad
  5. Garrison Liberation Mission 1
  6. Garrison Liberation Mission 2
  7. Battle of Yoshiki’s Castle
  8. Seeking a Safe Route
  9. Amusement Park of Trauma
  10. No Love in the Labor
  11. Defeat Yoshiki

Kingdom 3:

  1. The Hell Beyond
  2. Key to the Past- Courtyard
  3. Key to the Past- Cafeteria
  4. Key to the Past- Faculty Room
  5. Key to the Past- Rooftop
  6. The Mechanical Nakabachi
  7. The Transformed Rebel Club
  8. Defeat Shadow Toshiro
  9. Beat Eri Natsuhara

Kingdom 4:

  1. Path of God- A
  2. Path of God- S
  3. Defeat Marie
  4. Path of God- Y
  5. Path of God- L
  6. Defeat Yoshiki
  7. Path of God- U
  8. Path of God- M
  9. Defeat Eri Natsuhara
  10. Defeat Salmael
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All the Quests in Persona 5 Tactica

  1. Quietly Storming the Castle
  2. Stealing Classified Info
  3. Decompressing
  4. Once More, With Feeling!
  5. Operation BOOM
  6. Yusuke in Freefall
  7. The Mysterious Box
  8. The Rightful Prince
  9. Recovering a Lost Treasure
  10. A Balancing Axe
  11. Toshiro’s Embarrassing Secret
  12. Learning from a Pro
  13. Lavenza’s First Trial
  14. Lavenza’s Second Trial
  15. Lavenza’s Third Trial
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How long is Persona 5 Tactica?

Persona 5 Tactica typically takes players around 25 to 35 hours to complete the main storyline, though the actual duration may vary based on individual gameplay styles. Doing side quests and grinding for experience can extend the playtime.

Those focusing solely on the main missions might finish within the lower timeframe. However, replaying battles or aiming for specific achievements might also influence the overall time invested in the game.

Persona 5 Tactica is now available on Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC

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Cory Dinkel is a freelance writer for Siliconera since 2023. An award-winning digital journalist, he has worked for local and national news outlets for nearly a decade. His favorite genre is the JRPG and he will not be taking questions during his "There is Not a Love Triangle in Final Fantasy VII" speech.