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How to escape the Misty Path in Persona 5 Strikers’ Tree of Knowledge

How to solve the misty Mystery.

Persona 5 Strikers has a final showdown against god. Pretty par for the course in a Persona game. In order to get there though, you have to get through Misty Path, which will refuse to allow you through if you stay on the beaten track. Here’s how to get through Misty Path in Persona 5 Strikers.

Spoilers for the end bit of the game.

How to get through Misty Path in the Tree of Knowledge

During your ascent of the Tree of Knowledge, you’ll gain access to Misty Path. It’s pretty clear when you’ve got there - shortly after a mini-boss battle you’ll be hit with a cutscene from the Ark of the Covenant. Check out the screenshot below to see what Misty Path looks like.

Joker walks through Misty Path in Persona 5 strikers

In order to pass through the path, you need to run up it a couple times. However, it’s made clear that you can’t make any progress that way, and Sophia will tell you to ’go off the path’. No matter how many times you go up the path it’ll send you in circles, so follow her advice.

In order to get off of Misty Path, go to the side of the path and run towards the side of the path. You have to keep running for a few seconds and the screen should start turning white. If it doesn’t work, try a different area of the path.

I found it worked best when there was an opening on the side of the path. After doing this, you’ll be off the Misty Path and ready to continue your crusade against the big scary AIs. There are some tough opponents ahead, so get ready.


Now you’ve cleared Misty Path, why not try a few other Persona 5 Strikers guides? We have all sorts, from the best Persona 5 Strikers characters to advice on how to get more BOND Points.

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