With the latest update for GTA 5, Rockstar is finally giving the Next-Gen versions for the PS5 and Xbox Series X a feature that PC players have been able to use for a while. Console players had to wait a long time for the graphic feature.
Developer Rockstar has published a new patch for the Next Gen version of GTA 5 without a great prior notice. In addition to numerous bug fixes, the update 1.56 contains a graphic option that fans have been wishing for a long time: On the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S you can now reduce the motion blur (motion blur) or even switch off completely.
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The Next-Gen-Update of GTA 5 now gives you the opportunity to set the motion blur using a practical slider. So, for example, when driving through Los Santos , you can use the computing power of your PS5 or Xbox Series X | S and admire your environment at high speeds at a clear resolution instead of just perceiving them blurry.
While this new option was initially only implemented on the next-gene consoles , new update files for the PC indicate that the feature can soon be activated on this platform.
Rockstar: New patch for Grand Theft Auto
In addition to the new feature, the patch also removes some bugs and thus improves the gaming experience. On the PS5, this affects, among other things, the setting of the trigger buttons of the DualSense controller, while on the Xbox Series X | s sound problems in combination with Xbox live parties were fixed. The PS4 and Xbox-One versions were also improved in the update -however, the motion blur feature is not available on the last-gen consoles. (Source: Rockstar)
With the patch 1.56 , Rockstar continues to tinker with the now 9-year-old open-world game and thus bridges the time for you piece by piece that will pass until the long-awaited successor GTA 6.
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