The Persistence Enhanced
The release date for The Persistence Enhanced is set with this version of The Persistence hitting the next-gen this coming June
Some out there have been waiting a bit to finally get their hands on with The Persistence Enhanced since it was announced that this upgrade for the original game would bring it all over to the next-gen systems properly. Also give a nice little boost for those playing on the PC with the hardware that can handle it all. It was always listed as coming soon from Firesprite Games and now we know about when this “soon” is going to be. In fact, we can now mark it down that The Persistence Enhanced will be hitting the PS5 and Xbox Series X on June 4th so we can see more of the horror in the mix of it all too. Great news indeed for those that felt like they were missing something from before.
Now that we have a date, we can have a look at just what will be changing for The Persistence here and just what it could do to torment us all just a bit more. All of which looks to be the usual better resolutions and framerates to run the game in and all of the dynamic lighting that we can expect to play with here too. The PS5 will allow for some of those new DualSense feedback controls and then there is that Raytracing that some of those graphics cards out there can do. All of which will be coming as a standalone for the systems or as a free upgrade for those that already picked up The Persistence on the PS4, Xbox One, or PC already. All the standard things when it comes to these kinds of upgrades to more recent titles out there.
The Persistence Enhanced — Reveal Trailer | 4th June 2021
Firesprite’s critically acclaimed survival horror title, The Persistence be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC platforms in the form of an enhanced edition launching worldwide on June 4th.
The Persistence offers a brutal take on survival-horror that integrates an innovative rogue-lite design into the genre, as players are tasked with surviving aboard a doomed deep space colony starship in the year 2521, repeatedly heading deeper and deeper in the decks of The Persistence on each run, to repair the systems and prevent the ship from being torn apart.
The Persistence Enhanced dials up the atmosphere and tension further with improved lighting and particle effects and the addition of a Raytracing ‘Quality’ mode for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, which also includes immersive haptic feedback via DualSense. DXR implementation is enabled for PCs with a supported graphics card.
The Persistence Enhanced will be available as a standalone paid digital download and also as a free upgrade for existing owners of The Persistence on PlayStation 4, Xbox, and Steam platforms. Publishing partner, Perp Games will also release a PlayStation 5 boxed edition at retail stores in Europe.
Are you ready to get back in on The Persistence with all of these upgrades or was it good enough the first time? Do you think they will push out some upgrades for the character models too or will it be stuck where it is for now without much else to go? Will all of these new lighting effects truly add to the horror the game has to offer up or is it all just a new selling point with a few more buzzwords? Let all of us know what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all if you so wish to. If there is anything more to share for The Persistence Enhanced, it will be shared here. Just keep coming back and you should not miss out on that at all.