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GTA V HD is available on PS4 and Xbox One. The PC version is expected on January 27, 2015. The three versions are identical, except for a few graphic differences. We tested the game on PS4. The above offers correspond to this version; find the Xbox One and PC offers.
After breaking all sales records on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, GTA V is back a year later on PS4 and Xbox One, in an improved, high-definition version. More than just a remake with a graphic facelift, this new edition of the game benefits from several improvements, including a new first person view, FPS type.
The main differences with the original versions, however, do indeed concern the production, since the game's content hardly changes at all. That's why we invite you first to consult our GTA V test if you don't know the game at all. We discuss the new features of the HD version in the article below.
While most of the content remains the same on this new edition, Rockstar has made a few nice additions for those who bought the PS3 or 360 version. New weapons and vehicles are now available and you get a blimp to move faster over long distances. New missions also appear and you can enjoy some additional music.
Highlighted by Rockstar through a video presentation, the new first-person view (FPS type) allows you to play in new conditions, both while walking or in a vehicle. You can thus enjoy a renewed gameplay, particularly appreciable during shootings, even if you'll wait for the PC version to take full advantage of it, with a mouse aim without automatic locking on enemies. The game doesn't turn into a real FPS for all that, but many options allow you to configure the controls, until you get a gameplay close to what you can experience in pure FPS.
Very successful graphically on PS3 and Xbox 360, GTA V suffered however from a slightly poor fluidity on these older generation consoles and some clipping problems. The definition was also limited to 720p and one couldn't get much more out of the performance of these then eight-year-old platforms.
A year later, the PS4 and Xbox One came at just the right time to unleash the potential of GTA V, with first of all a definition raised to 1080p. Alas, while the extra power available allows for improved gameplay fluidity, here we have to make do with 30 frames per second; a bit disappointing when other new-generation games reach 60 fps. Fortunately, the 30 fps frame rate is quite stable, despite some minor drops in busy environments, especially in the city.
Rockstar hasn't been sitting on its hands, however, and this HD version also features more detailed characters and more backgrounds. Vegetation is denser, as is road traffic, city crowds and wildlife. The lighting is also finer and the textures are more precise and sublime. A video comparing the PS3 and PS4 versions of GTA V is available.<:
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