The first video of the Persona 5 Royal remake from Atlus on Xbox Series X/S appears, showcasing gameplay with a smooth 60fps frame rate.
Persona 5 has lived up to its full potential since it was first released in 2016. The PlayStation exclusive from Atlus quickly became the best-selling game in the franchise, touting a complete version in its form. Persona 5 Royal as well as the spin-off itself.
During Microsoft and Bethesda’s showcase in June, Atlus announced Persona 5 Royal will go cross-platform in October and will no longer be limited to the PlayStation ecosystem. For Xbox owners, there is a bonus that the JRPG will be available on Game Pass from day one and includes over 40 pieces of DLC. Since the announcement, players haven’t seen any footage of the game running on the new hardware, and with just a few months left before it’s released, Atlus has begun to provide a little information for fans. their eagerness.
A Youtuber named Faz is one such person providing a first look at footage from Persona 5 Royal. The 6-minute video, uploaded by Faz, shows the P5 Royal running on Xbox Series X/S hardware and is taken from the Japanese version of the game. The Joker and Phantom Thieves of Hearts action trailer, first shows how players navigate Tokyo and the metaverse, before sliding into the battle arena, where players can watch the battles unfold. like with a smooth 60fps frame rate.
While the gameplay footage will give players some relief when they want to get their hands on the next-gen version of the JRPG, there’s still a bit of bitterness surrounding the PlayStation 5 version. Atlus recently confirmed that there won’t be any. Persona 5 Royal upgrade on PlayStation 4. Those who own the game on PS4 will have to repurchase the game at full price to access the PlayStation 5 version.
This issue only occurs with the PlayStation versions of the game, and those wanting to play P5 on Xbox can rely on Microsoft’s Smart Delivery system, which will allow players to own both Xbox One and Series versions. X/S of the game if they choose to purchase the game rather than download it through Game Pass. With the release of Persona 5 just a few months away, fans will feel more comfortable getting a first look at how the game is performing on next-gen hardware. If that wasn’t enough, Atlus will continue to celebrate the JRPG series by bringing remakes of both Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden across all platforms in 2023.
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