That’s according to examination carried out by The Mako Reactor (opens up in brand-new tab) previously today. According to the electrical outlet, the brand-new variation of Persona 4 Golden can attain a supreme 120Hz when used the Xbox Series X, however is limited to 60FPS when used the PS5 console.
However, there’s an excellent factor for this. As we reported in 2015, Persona 4 Golden (in addition to Persona 3 Portable) are available as true new-gen versions on Xbox Series X/S, however are limited to simply being PS4 games with a PS5 port for PlayStation gamers.
There’s never ever been any kind of information from programmer Atlus on why specifically this is, however it indicates just Xbox gamers are experiencing a real new-gen variation of Persona 4 Golden with all the bells and also whistles you would certainly anticipate. PS5 gamers are in fact simply playing a PS4 port of the exact same game.
Further baffling the issue is the truth that Persona 5 Royal received a native PS5 port, however Persona 4 Golden and also Persona 3 Portable have actually been left as PS4games Atlus plainly hasn’t offered the exact same growth concern to all variations of both remastered games, and also we’re not exactly sure why.
Elsewhere for the Atlus franchise business, a complete Persona 3 remake is rumored to be announced later on this year in 2023, although that Persona 3 Portable is only simply re-releasing on contemporary systems tomorrow.
Additionally, when the re-releases launch tomorrow, Atlus is cooling off on spoiler restrictions for screenshots with the two games, after Persona 5 followers were left miserable at being not able to take screenshots for the substantial bulk of thegame.