Alongside confirming the release date, Firesprite also confirmed that the game will have a raytracing ‘Quality’ mode, with improved particle effects and lighting available in whatever mode you play. PS5 users will also get the added bonus of DualSense support, which should make the experience even scarier than it already was on PS4. You will also be able to grab a free upgrade if you own the original game.
Beyond that, a brand new trailer for the game can be seen below:
We loved The Persistence when it launched on PS4. You can read our review from the game’s original release here.
The Persistence Enhanced is set to release for PS5 on June 4, 2021.