Just what are the best PS5 JRPG games in August 2021 to play on Sony‘s PlayStation 5 console? From the depths of Midgar to the Brain Punk futurism of Scarlet Nexus, this is our constantly updated list that explains the best JRPG games you can get on PlayStation 5. Don’t forget, we also have a range of guides which explain the best PS5 FPS games, the best PS5 split screen games and the best PS5 kids games. Furthermore, you can also check out our PlayStation 5 complete guide and everything we know about PSVR 2 as well. Also, fans of the latest indie games will find much to enjoy in our best PS5 indie games article too.
Best PS5 JRPG Games Ranked In August 2021
Best PS5 JRPG games in August 2021:
1. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade
Adding a delectable sheen to what is already a stellar remake of one of the most famous JRPGs of all-time, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is arguably the definitive way to experience Square-Enix’s stunning Final Fantasy VII remake on PS5.
With a 4K fidelity and 60 FPS performance mode, coupled with massively improved loading times, an all-new photo mode and the brand new Intermission DLC which introduces players to Yuffie and her plight, Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is the best JRPG you can get on PS5 right now. As an added bonus, if you already own Final Fantasy VII Remake on PS4, you’ll get an upgrade to Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade on PS5 at no extra cost.
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2. Scarlet Nexus
Set in a far flung ‘Brain Punk’ future where elite psionics wage war with earth shattering telekinetic and pyrokinetic powers, Scarlet Nexus is one of the most stylish JRPGs you’ll play on PS5.
With a dual storyline fashioned by the same talented bods that gave us Tales of Vesperia and an endlessly creative combat engine that intertwines with a stunning anime visual style, Scarlet Nexus is a must have for JRPG fans on PS5s everywhere.
There aren’t many PS5 JRPG games available right now, but stay tuned as we add more and more to this feature.