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3 More Confidants Revealed for Persona 5; Includes Politician, Humble Teacher and Skilled Shogi Player

Today, Atlus revealed Hifumi Togo, Sadayo Kawakami and Toranosuke Yoshida, 3 more characters set to feature in role-playing game Persona 5 when the game launches worldwide on April 4th, 2017 for PS3 and PS4.

Persona 5‘s latest confidants which include Hifumi Togo – a skilled Shogi player, Sadayo Kawakami – a homeroom teacher at Shujin Academy and Toranosuke Yoshida – a public servant who actually cares about the people, will be invaluable to the ‘PhantomThieves’ when the game launches next year for PS3 and PS4.

Hifumi Togo

It’s never a good idea to go out Phantom Thieving without some sort of plan, but luckily the team can learn all about strategy from the brilliant, and beautiful, Shogi player Hifumi Togo. Spending time playing Shogi with Hifumi will help develop useful abilities to use during battle, such as swapping out members mid-fight, fleeing from ambushes, and more! There’s a lot to learn from a grandmaster such as herself, plus it’s amusing to watch her get insanely competitive during games.

Sadayo Kawakami

Sadayo Kawakami is the protagonist’s homeroom teacher at Shujin Academy… who also secretly moonlights as a maid. She doesn’t want her side job to be made public, so to keep it a secret she strikes a deal with the protagonist: She’ll let him slack off in her class in exchange for his silence. While this may not seem like a big deal, IT TOTALLY IS! Having to freedom to slack off gives the protagonist extra time for important endeavours like reading books, creating infiltration tools, or sleeping. Oh, and she can cook and clean for you if you pay for it (maid outfit included)

Toranosuke Yoshida

Finding an honest politician is like finding a needle in a haystack, but Toranosuke Yoshida is a public servant who genuinely cares for the people. He may not have the most successful track record, but he’s a humble man who certainly doesn’t lack confidence. Toranosuke can be found at Shibuya Station Square giving rousing sermons about changing the corrupt system and protecting Japan’s future. While his words fall on mostly deaf ears, the protagonist can spend time with him to learn the invaluable art of speech. Developing a silver tongue will unlock negotiations skills in battle, such as being able to ask for more money or items from enemies.

Persona 5 releases April 4th, 2017 for PS3 and PS4.

Better known as RzrsS in the video game scene, Stephan Rodts has been playing video games for nearly his entire life. He started out shooting poor ducks out of the sky in Duck Hunt on the Nintendo, but now shoots everything that moves. Be warned.


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