Believe it or not, but after all we are talking about one of the best-selling video games in history, a large section of the public awaits with trepidation news on the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S version of GTA 5 that Rockstar Games will launch in the course of 2021. A version that, according to reports tonight, could represent a significant step forward for the colossal open world originally released in 2013 on PS3 and Xbox 360.
As you may already know, Rockstar Games announced last summer the new relaunch of GTA 5 and GTA Onlinewhich will also be offered as a standalone game, on the next generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S. Thanks to a particular partnership with Sony, then, PS5 users will enjoy some bonuses that we have told you about here.
And while it’s still unclear whether the backward compatible versions will have any substantial improvements, even if it seems not, Rockstar Games has already announced that GTA 5 will be revived with a remastered version for next-generation consoles, which means it will be sold. as a new and renewed experience designed for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S.
What will these improvements be, in detail? We still do not know exactly, but a report this night that has quickly traveled around the world speaks of a very important news that would concern the entire graphics sector.
According to some insiders, in fact, GTA Online and Grand Theft Auto V on PS5 and Xbox Series X could have a major update that will bring the graphics to the level of Red Dead Redemption IIthe 2018 blockbuster from Rockstar Games.
The leak comes from GTA forums, and in particular by users alloc8or And Tez2, two insiders who have proven themselves reliable on numerous occasions. However, these are not rumors, but details that have been extracted from the GTA Online files added with recent updates such as the Cayo Perico robbery.
A recent GTA Online update added the “rage :: fwuiMessageBase” file. For the uninitiated, it’s about files extracted from Red Dead Redemption 2 and which specifically refer to the game’s RAGE Engine.
In other words, this is where the curious indiscretion arises: the enhancement of GTA 5 and GTA Online promised by Rockstar Games could be a substantial update to bring the two titles to take advantage of the Red Dead Redemption 2 engine.
We obviously await official information from Rockstar Games on this return of its blockbuster, but in the meantime we ask you: would you like a graphic update of this type?
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