‘Persona 5’ News, Reviews & Updates: Western Released Confirmed; PS3 & PS4 Graphic Comparison
Japanese Playstation Store listings are now live for the Persona 5' PS3 and PS4 version of graphic comparison with screenshots of each. The Persona 5 screenshots show that the 10-years-old PS3 version might not be so bad as to compare with the PS4 version in terms of graphics technology.
Persona 5 PS3 version has longer loading time and frame rate. The visual effects might be reduced, too, in the PS3 version but so far, Persona 5 PS3 version isn't as bad as expected.
Persona 5 was launched in Japan on September 15. It's due out in North America and Europe on February 14, 2017, as reported by gamespot. The game has a different style compared to the previous installments of the series, both in terms of gameplay, sound technology, and visuals. Each part of the game menu is designed with fluid animation in mind.
The game soundtrack is as catchy as its predecessor but most of the music genres are rock and acid-jazz mixed together, which really fit the vibe that Persona 5 aims. According to gamerevolution, Persona 5 has more brooding narrative and portrays darker theme than persona 4' murder scene. It portrays darker themes like self-isolation, sexual harassment, graphic violence, and betrayal.
There are also multiple districts that players can visit in the game like Shibuya district. Persona 5 will also use the social relationship link status that was first introduced by Atlus in Persona 4. The company also confirms that the upcoming western release will have dual audio. Atlus has already included the dual audio system in the Persona game since "Persona 4 Ultimate Arena".
This news is welcomed very well by the fans, especially for gamers who love to listen to the original Japanese voice actors. This game will be the most anticipated game for Atlus' fans.
Here's a video of Persona 5 debut trailer in PS4 and PS3. Which version do you think is better? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.