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  • Hold Up is a game mechanic in Persona 5. It allows you choose between an All-Out Attack or a Special conversation by having the protagonist and the Phantom Thieves of Hearts surround the Demons and point their guns at them. To initiate a Hold Up, you must Down all foes by targeting their weaknesses or by critically hitting them. A Hold Up is automatically initiated, from which you have the following options;
  • Hold Ups work the same as story mode, the person held up can take no action for a short period of time. However, they can only be used in two modes; TSNE & SNE.
  • During the Virtuous Mission in 1964, the KGB held up Naked Snake and Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov in Rassvet, Tselinoyarsk. However, they were killed by Major Ocelot, after initially mistaking Snake for an ally, before calling in his own Ocelot Unit to surround the two. When the Major's Makarov jammed while attempting to shoot Snake, the latter seized the opportunity to knock them all out with his superior skills in close-quarters combat.
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  • Hold Up is a game mechanic in Persona 5. It allows you choose between an All-Out Attack or a Special conversation by having the protagonist and the Phantom Thieves of Hearts surround the Demons and point their guns at them. To initiate a Hold Up, you must Down all foes by targeting their weaknesses or by critically hitting them. A Hold Up is automatically initiated, from which you have the following options;
  • Hold Ups work the same as story mode, the person held up can take no action for a short period of time. However, they can only be used in two modes; TSNE & SNE.
  • During the Virtuous Mission in 1964, the KGB held up Naked Snake and Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov in Rassvet, Tselinoyarsk. However, they were killed by Major Ocelot, after initially mistaking Snake for an ally, before calling in his own Ocelot Unit to surround the two. When the Major's Makarov jammed while attempting to shoot Snake, the latter seized the opportunity to knock them all out with his superior skills in close-quarters combat. A week later, during Operation Snake Eater, Ocelot proceeded to hold Snake up, while also holding a female agent hostage, although the attempt at getting Snake to surrender failed due to Ocelot failing to take into account the bullet count of his new Colt Single Action Army Revolver. A little more than a day later into the operation, Snake, while disguised as Major Raikov, CQC-threw Colonel Volgin to the ground in Groznyj Grad's West Wing, confiscating his Makarov and holding him up with it as a means to escape, until The Boss intervened. Volgin himself also attempted to hold up Snake just beforehand after he caught on to the fact that he was disguised as Raikov, his lover, although Snake proceeded to seize Volgin's distraction in shooting out Sokolov's kneecaps to CQC-throw him as aforementioned.