The PlayStation 5 edition of Rockstar’s popular Grand Theft Auto V will run at 4K/60fps on Sony’s next-gen console, supposedly.
A post seen on the German PlayStation Blog specifically mentions these specs, though Rockstar, the developer of the game, has not officially announced the technical capabilities of the new edition.
Although we don’t yet know more about the resolution and frame rate for GTA V on PS5 (and Xbox Series X|S for that matter), Rockstar’s parent company Take-Two confirmed that “select vehicles” in GTA Online will be capable of reaching faster top speeds. This is due to the latest consoles increased power.
GTA V and GTA Online are scheduled for release on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S on November 11th. The game originally debuted eight years ago in 2013, on the PS3/Xbox 360. Across all platforms, the game has sold 150 million copies, while GTA Online multiplayer mode continues to be a huge success in terms of players and revenue.
Rockstar has said the next-gen version will have “new features and more,” but have yet to elaborate on how the game take advantage of the hardware. However, Rockstar did say the new editions of GTA V will deliver a better experience thanks to the horsepower of the new consoles.
“The new generation versions of GTAV will feature a range of technical improvements, visual upgrades and performance enhancements to take full advantage of the latest hardware, making the game more beautiful and more responsive than ever,” Rockstar said.