How to Rent Library Books in Persona 5 Royal

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Whether you’re looking to boost your knowledge social stat, need something to read on the subway, or simply want to see the virtual book offerings of Persona 5 Royal, then you’ve come to the right place. This guide will present the most frugal way to obtain books in Persona 5 Royal, demonstrating how to check out and return books to the Library at Shujin Academy.

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Where is the Library in Persona 5 Royal?

The Library can be found on the third floor of Shujin Academy – this is where free books can be obtained.

You can also fast travel to the Library, but you might need to visit before fast travel is available for use. However, personally, I was able to fast travel to the Library despite never previously entering it.

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How to Rent Books at the Library in Persona 5 Royal

Talk to the Student Librarian to the left, near the door where you enter. Ignore the shelves, as you will find nothing, but commentary from Morgana.

Through talking with the Student Librarian, you will be provided with a selection of books that can be obtained. However, you may only choose one book at a time. Once you have made your decision, pick the book you wish to check out.

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Once you have chosen a book, it will be added to your inventory. With this reading material, when you are commuting via the subway in the morning, you will have the ability to gain knowledge, rather than watching Joker sit and twiddle his thumbs.

How to Return Books to the Library in Persona 5 Royal

Once you’ve finished reading a book, you can return it to the Library by revisiting it or fast traveling. Simply, choose the “I need to return a book” option, and you will be able to borrow a new book from the library, further expanding your knowledge social stats.

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