The latest version doesn’t look all that different from the PS4 versions, though with added feature in 60 FPS and 4K support for the PS5. The PS4 Pro also has 4K native resolution support, but is limited to 30 FPS.
Since it’s a game all of us should have even passing knowledge of, there’s not much to say about the game itself. 60 FPS is probably not as important for a turn-based game, but it will at least be an option for capable machines to appease the 60 FPS gods. Frames aside, the PS5 version is, as expected, much smoother and fluid, with highly appreciated speedy screen transitions.
Unfortunately, the refresh falls short of using every piece of technology that is available to them. This is mostly in relation to the PS5 DualSense controllers, as there is no added support. It would have been interesting to have some kind of haptic feedback for Persona attacks, or added oomph for an All Out Attack. All there is is the regular vibration on receiving damage; not too big a deal, a shame regardless.