Persona 5 Strikers Ferris Wheel - Pick Partner for Ferris Wheel

Picking your partner for the Ferris wheel ride in the new Persona 5 spinoff is a choice you’ll get at one point in the game. It lets you choose who you want to go onto the ride with and share some quality quiet time. Given the nature of the situation, people are wondering who to pick as their Ferris wheel partner. What are the consequences of this choice? Does it have some kind of resolution later in the game? We’ll aim to answer those questions in our Persona 5 Strikers Ferris Wheel – Pick Partner for Ferris Wheel guide.

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Persona 5 Strikers Ferris Wheel – Pick Partner for Ferris Wheel

Who to Pick as Ferris Wheel Partner in Persona 5 Strikers

Who you pick as your Persona 5 Strikers Ferris wheel partner will increase their Bond EXP… and that’s all. You might think that this choice might have some kind of long-reaching consequences, but we’ve find no evidence to support that. If you’ve found that it does indeed change something later in the game, let us know in the comments below. But, yeah; as far as we can tell, it doesn’t matter. Feel free to pick whoever you like best to spend some time with.

The only difference really is that you’ll get different dialogue for the different people you choose. The guys will largely treat it as a friendly boy-bonding kind of thing, with a case of the not-gays. A lot of the ladies, on the other hand, will treat it as a date. That doesn’t mean that there’ll be future romance options, as far as we know. That’s just not the Persona vibe. It is, however, a nice opportunity to kick back and enjoy some quiet time with someone you like.

That’s all there is to it when it comes to picking a partner for the Ferris wheel in Persona 5 Strikers. Lean into the roleplaying element, and pick your favorite person to take on the ride and take in that sweet Bond EXP. There’s no reason not to, even if there were some consequences later down the line. Play your character however you please and don’t pressure yourself to constantly optimize your experience.

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