In mid-March, Rockstars continuous burner GTA 5 also appears for the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X / s. Almost two weeks before the release, Rockstar has announced further details on the new versions of the Open World Game. One of the most important innovations is a graphic fresh cell cure, because next to HDR, the new versions are also to offer Ray Tracing effects.
Overall, there will be three different graphics modes in the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S versions, which differ in terms of resolution and frame rate.
The graphics modes from GTA 5 in the overview
- PLAYING MODUS: Native 4K resolution (on Series S extrapolated) and 30 FPS frame rate plus ray tracing effects
- Power mode: Focus on frame rate with 60 fps, the resolution is extrapolated on 4K (1080p resolution on the Series S)
- RT mode: A mix of the other two modes, which should offer up to 60 fps, extrapolated 4K resolution and ray tracing effects. This mode is only available on PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Generally, the upcoming version of GTA 5 should be very strongly based on the PC version of the game and offered numerous optical and technical improvements that exist on the PC, including:
- More pedestrians and cars on the streets
- Higher vegetation density
- Better light and shadow effects
- Improved reflections
To do this, the meanwhile usual current gene console optimizations come like faster charging times, 3D sound and haptic feedback at the PlayStation 5 version. All improvements affect both the campaign mode of Grand Theft Auto 5 so also the independently playable GTA Online .
Here is a trailer to the GTA 5 upgrade for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S:
Preload and pre-order soon available
In addition, Rockstar had another important message for anyone who is planning to get the supergputed version for the PS5 and the Xbox Series X / S. Because from the 8. March will be able to download the game in PS Store as well as the Microsoft Store both to download and directly in Preload. Thus, you can then get started directly to the launch on March 15, 2022.
More information about the Next Gen variant of GTA 5 is also in our review article .
In which graphics mode will you play?