Grand Theft Auto V: Expanded & Enhanced will be available tomorrow, March 15, 2022, on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, along with the standalone version of GTA Online. Unfortunately, Rockstar hasn’t published video comparisons between the next-gen versions and those for PS4 and Xbox One. Still, fortunately, the first gameplay videos have already begun to appear on the net so that we can take a look at the technical improvements.
For the uninitiated, it is possible to play GTA V on next-gen right now by changing the reason for your console selecting New Zealand. We advise you to wait for the official release of the game before returning to Los Santos, but some impatient users have already made the switch, and it allows us to take a look at the quality of the new version a few hours in advance.
The video below shows the Performance RT mode, one of three graphics modes available, with upscaled 4K resolution, active Ray Tracing, and up to 60fps. The video is recorded on PS5, but the Xbox Series X version will be identical in all likelihood.
The graphical improvements are few but noticeable, although the real star of the offer is the 60fps frame rate, which makes the gameplay much smoother. The game also allows you to activate HDR and includes reduced loading times and immersive 3D audio.
And what do you think? Are you curious to try it? Let us know in the comments! In the meantime, we remind you that GTA V on next-gen is offered with a gigantic price cut for a limited time.