GRAND THEFT AUTO V
Returning players can move their assets, characters and kit from last-gen platforms. Bring your bling to next gen!
Let’s face it: Grand Theft Auto V on new generation consoles was always going to happen. What players didn’t know was how Rockstar was planning to improve on its open-world behemoth when it landed on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Los Santos was always a sprawling metroplex packed to the rafters with quests, activities and equipment for players to get stuck right into, but GTA V on next generation takes Rockstar’s already impressive vision and goes widescreen. For what it’s worth, the PC version – pencilled in for a January 27 release, should the gods be kind – will look even better than console versions, with support for a colossal 4K resolution, so you can maximise your brandnew 4K screen splurge.
With new vehicles, new weapons, new wildlife and new radio DJ mixes, GTA V expands the size of the game’s online mode considerably. Up to 30 players can now cause shenanigans in Los Santos, and all in-game upgrades and developer-created content will be available too. Players can transfer their GTA Online characters to the new platforms with all their assets and equipment intact. FROM $90, ROCKSTARGAMES.COM/V/, OUT NOW ON X1 AND PS4
Cause chaos on the streets of Los Santos with up to 30 other car thieves