Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age has to be one of the best looking role-playing titles on the PlayStation 4. Combining Akira Toriyama's timeless art style with the graphical prowess that the Unreal Engine 4 brings to the table, we could sit and watch Japanese streams of the game all day long.

If you think we're exaggerating, then check out Digital Foundry's latest video, which we've embedded above. The publication goes over the newly released RPG's visuals and gives us a run down on how well it performs.

Speaking of which, the frame rate across both the standard PS4 and PS4 Pro is unflinching, sitting comfortably at 30 frames per second no matter what's happening on screen. Load times are really quick, too. Whether you're switching locations or jumping into combat, they come and go in a flash, which is always a plus. As for graphical improvements on the Pro, we're looking at an increased resolution, up from 900p to 1728p.

So Dragon Quest XI looks great and performs perfectly, but did you expect anything less? Let us know how you think the game looks in the comments section below.