Persona 5 Trophy Guide: My Backyard Trophy

There are a lot of time consuming trophies for Persona 5, one of which is the My Backyard Trophy. This trophy can be tedious, but it needs to be completed if you are going for the Platinum trophy.

To earn the My Backyard trophy, players will have to explore the world of Persona 5. You will have to visit every single location on the map. This guide will help you earn My Backyard Trophy.

Persona 5 Trophy Guide: The City's Big Hitter Trophy

My Backyard Trophy For Persona 5:

This trophy will take some time to do, as some parts of the map unlock, as the players progress through the story.. This will slow down the process a lot. The easiest way to unlock the trophy is by progressing through the story, while completing the Confidant events.

This will allow you to explore most of the map in the game, and if you have missed any areas, they will show up as empty bubbles on your map.

Here’s a list of all the locations you must visit, and how to unlock them:

  • Akasaka Mitsuke – Field Trip
  • Akihabara – Tower Confidant
  • Aoyama-Itchome – School
  • Asakusa – Shitamachi Reborn
  • China Town – Chinese Sweets
  • Ginza – 7/24
  • Harajuku – Vague
  • Ichigaya – Fishpond Spotter
  • Ikebukuro – Museum of Stars
  • Inokashira Park – Weekend Parks
  • Jinbocho – Musty Pages
  • Kanda – Star Confidant
  • Maihama – Theme Park Escort
  • Meiji Shrine – Tokyo Shrines
  • Miura Beach – Beach Trip
  • Nagatacho – Shido
  • Ogikubo – Chariot Confidant
  • Roppongi – Okumura
  • Seaside Park – Nightlife Hotspots
  • Shibuya – Commute
  • Shinjuku – 6/18
  • Suidobashi – Field Trip
  • Tsukishima – Chariot Confidant
  • Ueno – Emperor Confidant
  • Yongen-Jaya – Home
Persona 5 Trophy Guide: The City's Big Hitter Trophy

Visit all the areas listed above to unlock the trophy, My Backyard. Persona 5 is now available on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

Abdullah Raza


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