Digital Foundry is back with yet another graphical comparison video, this time taking a look at Persona 5 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. It's safe to say that the vast majority of players will have bought the game on Sony's latest home console, but it's still interesting to see how the last-gen version shapes up - especially since Persona 5 was primarily made for the PS3 in the first place.
Those of you who have played Persona 5 will know how smoothly it runs on PS4. Although the title opts for 30 frames per second instead of 60, it rarely, if ever, drops a frame. The PS3 version, meanwhile, manages to stick close enough to its target, but it does see some very slight dips here and there. Of course, the PS4 version also has a higher resolution at 1080p.
At first glance there's not much difference at all between the two versions, and that's really to be expected of a game that was developed with the PS3 in mind. However, the last-gen edition does run into some pretty noticeable screen tearing on a regular basis, and its load times are a little longer across the board.
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