How To Receive All The Free Play Passes In Judgment

Running low on play passes? Luckily, if you find all 6 free play passes, you can play Dice and Cube for free! Here's how to get 'em.

In Judgment, Dice and Cube over at Paradise VR is the best way to both make money, and grind SP. Unfortunately, Play Passes are hard to come by since they're only consistently available as random drops, or as prizes in the casinos across Kamurocho.

Yes, they are sometimes available as minigame prizes, but you're only rewarded with play passes the first time you beat a given minigame. To be able to consistently play Dice and Cube, you'll want to track down all 6 Free Play Passes available all across Kamurocho. Here's where to find 'em.

Free Play Pass #1

Free Pass #1 will take some grinding to receive, though it's not nearly as difficult to track down as some of the other passes.

Free Pass #1 is available as a prize at Yoshida Batting Center, after you clear every single one of the batting challenges in both the Challenge and Home Run courses, including the demon courses crafted by Yoshida himself.

There are two important keys to success at the batting cages. The first is that no matter the difficulty level, the pitches in every course come in the same order. This means that you can memorize the pitching order, and know where each pitch is going before it's thrown.

The second is that if you're having trouble with the timing, head into the hallway to the right of the cages. There's a person there who'll sell you both batting gloves, which make home run timing more lenient, and a golden bat, which makes it a whole lot easier to make contact with the ball. 

It'll take a lot of time to grind your way through the courses, but by the end, you'll get yourself the first free pass.

Free Play Pass #2

This one's pretty easy! Once you unlock the SP shop in the sewer, Free Play Pass #2 can be purchased for 4,500 SP

Free Play Pass #3-5

These play passes can all be purchased in a similar way. They're each available as prizes at one of the three casinos around Kamurocho, for 10,000 chips (or wooden tags) each. You'll need a total of 20,000 chips and 10,000 tags to snag 'em all.

If you don't want to spend the 3,000,000 yen it'll cost to buy them outright, you'll have to spend a few hours grinding through casino games. We've found that high-stakes poker is the best way to grind chips, so long as you only really commit to hands where you have a 3-of-a-kind or better. 

In terms of the tag games, we've had the most success with koi-koi, making sure to turn the "hand guide" on in the settings in order to help us parse this unfamiliar game. Again, if it's too foreign for you, you can always just buy the tags outright.

Free Play Pass #6

This is, by far, the toughest play pass to receive in the game, as it's the top prize for the drone race minigame. You'll have to beat all the grand prix courses to receive your prize, which will in itself necessitate a bunch of grinding. 

The first thing you'll want to do is do some investing. Through the Quickstarter app, fund all the drone parts, as well as all of the "deciphering ancient texts" campaigns that unlock skills. This will get you the Code Hunter skill that you'll be able to use in order to find the QR codes Sebastian Hutton has scattered around the city. To be honest, these parts aren't entirely necessary to beat the grand prix, but it'll be a whole lot easier with them. 

High quality drone parts are available as casino prizes at the Dragon Temple right by Kamuro Hills, so be ready for more gambling. 

Once you've come out on top, you'll have the last Free Play Pass, and in doing so, you'll be able to play Dice and Cube whenever you want, giving you a nearly unlimited stream of money and SP!

Enjoying your time with Judgment? Check out our review, and take a look at our other Judgment guides here on GameSkinny.

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Published Jun. 28th 2019

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