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When exploring story-centered Palaces, an "Alertness Meter" is present, where the party being spotted or fleeing combat results in security being raised.
Preparatory work began around the same time as the development of Persona 4, with full development beginning after the release of Catherine in 2011.
The game's themes revolved around attaining freedom from the limitations of modern society, while its story was strongly inspired by picaresque fiction and the party's initial Personas were based around the theme of outlaws and rebels.
First announced in 2013, the game was delayed from its original late 2014 release date so its quality could be further improved.
The game was developed by P-Studio, an internal development studio within Atlus led by game director and producer Katsura Hashino.
Along with Hashino, returning staff from earlier entries included character designer Shigenori Soejima and composer Shoji Meguro.
The game went on to sell over two million copies worldwide by the end of 2017, making it the best-selling entry in the overall Megami Tensei franchise.
Two anime adaptations, a manga, and a spin-off rhythm game, have also been produced.
When in the real world, the main protagonist can develop character relationships known as Confidants; an evolution of the Social Link system from Persona 3 and Persona 4.
With this system, the main protagonist can converse with and improve his relationship with other characters he meets, with some leading to possible romances.
In battle, the party has access to both melee and gun weapons, in addition to being able to summon Personas, which are the manifestations of the main characters' inner psyche and are used mainly for magical attacks.
If a character strikes an enemy's weakness, they knock the enemy down and are awarded an additional turn.
The Alertness level can be lowered by launching surprise attacks on and eliminating enemies, and also lowers automatically over night.