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.

GTA V Is Supposed To Run At 4K/60FPS On PS5
GTA V looks O.K. now, but it could be a lot better.

GTA Online will have a stand­alone release on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, and it will be free on Sony’s con­sole for three months–as part of Rock­star’s exclu­siv­i­ty deal with Sony.

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.