It has been nine years since the last main installment of the Bourne series and four since the spin-off film with Jeremy Renner. Some would call this a return to form for the series since the spin-off did not have Matt Damon and a different director as well. This is entirely true and almost nothing else needs to be said about the movie.
The Bourne franchise has been around since its first installment back in 2002 with The Bourne Identity. Since then, the Bourne movies have been thematically the same with no real deviation from it's formula. Jason Bourne is running and hiding from people in a control room who is tracking all his movements. There is fighting and some cool stunts, it's well written and engaging. But you have seen this movie three times already. This doesn't make it a bad movie, but it doesn't offer anything new.
The movie makes it easy for any new viewer to understand the plot without having seen the first three movies. It would help to have seen them, but it does not hold back the film from being a good time. The biggest omission the movie presents to the viewer are the missing set pieces that movies are know for. The only one that stands out is a car chase scene in Las Vegas, but it would have been helpful for there to be more than one really big scene. Another problem with this scene is that it comes towards the end of the movie so you have to go through the movie without a big scene to captivate you.
Boiled down, this movie doesn't provide you with a new aspect to the Bourne series, but it is still a good enough movie on its own.