Love Soupreme is a Request in Persona 5 Strikers that players can initiate by speaking with Ryuji in North Suzushino on August 11. It centers around obtaining Meal Tickets that will allow the spirited Skull to enjoy some of the renowned Sapporo ramen, and it requires fans to jump through a small hoop. That said, that hoop is not an extremely difficult one, and players that read on should be able to complete Persona 5 Strikers' Love Soupreme Request without much trouble at all.
Before diving into how to complete the Love Soupreme side quest, it is worth mentioning that it is possible to miss this Request in Persona 5 Strikers. As such, players that are going for the Platinum Trophy should make absolutely sure that they get it done on August 11. Indeed, fans that do not heed this warning will not be able to earn the What Are Friends For? achievement, which requires that all special requests from Phantom Thieves be cleared, or reach 100% completion.
With that established, once a player has accepted the Love Soupreme Request from Ryuji, they should head slightly southwest to the red building with "Akagire" written on it in white. They should then speak with the bespectacled man that is standing in front of that building in order to receive yet another Request, which is called The Apothecary's Connection. This additional side quest instructs players to defeat Mothman with Sophie, and players should infiltrate Sapporo Jail to get it done.
More specifically, fans should head to the Arboretum checkpoint in Sapporo Jail, making sure to have Sophie in their party, and then immediately drop down to the bottom level. Notably, this is an area that players will need to visit later on, for Persona 5 Strikers' Trapped in a Frozen Hell Request, and indeed Mothman spawn there in abundance. After defeating 10 of these enemies, fans are ready to exit the Jail, navigate to the Request menu, and complete The Apothecary's Connection.
Now all that is left to do is return to North Suzushino, speak with the man at Akagire once again, interact with the building, and purchase two Meal Tickets. At that point, fans will be able to complete the Love Soupreme Request from within the relevant menu and collect their reward. For those Persona 5 Strikers players that are curious, the reward for finishing this side quest is some BOND XP, which will help fans increase their BOND levels and unlock brand new skills.
Just like in Persona 5, Persona 5 Strikers has eight elemental types of damage. These include Psychokinesis, Nuclear, Ice, Electricity, Fire, Wind, Curse, and Bless. There are also physical and gun-based attacks for technically eleven in total. Plus there is a non-elemental type too, but it doesn’t adhere to any enemy weaknesses so it doesn’t really count in the grand scheme of things.
It is also worth mentioning that there are eight Jails, this game’s version of Palaces. Not all of them have traditional bosses and the game overall only has five major story bosses. Along with going through those fights, there are some other things worth mentioning as well.