We’re only a few months removed from our review of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One review of Grand Theft Auto V. It seems strange to wonder how the PC version could be any better. But it should come as a little surprise that it does even surpass current-gen systems. It is the definitive experience to have on any system.
Next week, Heists will deliver a brand new gameplay experience to GTA Online, offering players the chance to team up to take down big scores. Alongside this massive new addition comes a range of new features and enhancements to make the entire GTA Online experience bigger and deeper. Adversary Modes bring three new kinds of competition to GTA Online while new Daily Objectives and other Freemode activities bring new life to the hectic streets of Los Santos and Blaine County. Here’s a rundown of just some of the new features and additions launching next week alongside Heists that will continue to expand and augment the world of Grand Theft Auto Online.
The first screens and system specs of Grand Theft Auto V for PC as well as a new release date of March 24, 2015.
Identical to last year’s release on older consoles in terms of story, the simply titled Grand Theft Auto V is reworked to utilize the power of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Without so much as a “HD” or “Remastered” on the box, there’s nothing to suggest anything is different with this release. And for the most part that is true, as you’ll be replaying the same story, but in such a way that it won’t feel the same – especially when that is done from the first-person perspective.
Please see below for brand new 1080p screenshots from GTA Online for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC
Accompanying the announcement of the “First Person Mode”, Rockstar has also released 25 new screenshots.
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