Rockstar Games recently announced the release dates for Next-Gen and PC versions of GTA 5. Meanwhile the internet is abuzz discussing a GTA 5 Graphics comparison of the next-gen against the current-gen console versions, based on recently released screenshots and the official trailer for GTA 5.
Interesting news comes at E3 2014 and where Rockstar finally released their plans to ensure the Grand Theft Auto V on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Specifically for PC gamers, such as answering the call confirming them. As for gamers PS4, previously reported that it is likely there will be a special content that is only available in this console.
Then, what is the most visible difference between this latest version which has been release in the PS3 and Xbox 360? Improved visual quality is of course the main thing most gamers expect the next-gen consoles and PC.
Interestingly, Digital Foundry upload a trailer that compares the visual quality between the PS3 PS4 GTA 5! You are curious about the difference between the two versions can at least get an idea of the trailer. It should be noted also, with strength that exceeds the Playstation 4, this ratio is also likely representative of what you get in GTA 5 PC version later.
According to Digital Foundry, the port of GTA 5 doesn’t appear to be merely a higher-fidelity version of the original game — instead, “[Rockstar] seems to have gone back and made sweeping changes across the board.” The PS4 game clearly renders Los Santos with much more life: There are more people and cars on the roads, more trees on the ground and more animals in the wilderness.
Technical improvements seen by Digital Foundry include higher texture detail, upgraded particle effects, better lighting and an increased draw distance, as well as what appears to be “at least mild anisotropic filtering.” In addition, models for objects such as vehicles are rendered in much more detail, and post-processing effects such as depth of field are turned up.
Screenshots of GTA 5 Graphics Comparison: PS3 vs PS4:
There’s no official word yet from Rockstar on the resolution and frame rate that it’s targeting for the three ports, all of which are scheduled to be available this fall. Digital Foundry’s analysis indicates that the PS4 version, at least, appears to be running in native 1080p in the trailer. For more on GTA 5, watch the GTA 5 Graphics Comparison PS4 vs PS3 trailer below.
Grand Theft Auto 5 will release on the Xbox One and Playstation 4 this November. The PC version of the game has been delayed until January 2015.