The release of “Grand Theft Auto 5” in September 2013 was a milestone in video game history, the title sold like no other and even today still dominates the dummies of countless gamers. This is not least due to the fact that Rockstar Games supplies the multiplayer mode “GTA Online” with updates on a regular basis – and the last word has not yet been said when it comes to single-player DLC. Accordingly, even two and a half years after the game was released, it is worth keeping an eye on current developments relating to the title.
GTA 5: Latest News and Rumors
The regular updates and enhancements for “GTA Online” are one of the main reasons for the ongoing relevance of the action title. In the following article, you can read what content is already available, what you can look forward to in the coming months and why you will not enjoy yourself forever in “GTA Online”.
GTA 5: More variety through
“GTA 5” enjoys a lively modding community, which also provides a breath of fresh air in the long term. The number of unofficial extensions of the Eigenbau brand is now considerable and ranges from simple fun effects to completely new gaming experiences. An overview of the most important modifications for “GTA 5” as well as tips for handling and installation can be found in the attached report.
GTA 5: the best tips and tricks
The way through Los Santos can be a difficult one. Achieving everything and discovering what “Grand Theft Auto 5” has to offer requires commitment. If you want to make life a little easier for yourself, take a look at the most helpful tips and tricks. You can find them in the following article.
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GTA 5: test
It seems like a déjà vu experience: First, you pull off a robbery in the snow-covered US province in a lively character interplay. Everything seems perfect, you have the money in your pocket. But the rest is completely out of hand. Cops keep Michael, Trevor and two other comrades on their toes, the team is separated – by deadly bullets or anti-heroic desertions. Almost ten years later, Michael finds himself on the psychiatrist sofa.
No wonder that an involuntary encounter with hobby gangster Franklin brings him back on the wrong track … Together, the frustrated ex-criminal, plagued by family problems, and the prosperous young criminal from an idyllic hood start one criminal thing after that other. It looks like nothing can stop them. Until, after a million-dollar jewelry robbery, an old acquaintance gets wind of it on the TV news. Trevor. Became a country egg in need, “easily” irritable, likes human flesh as well as older women. Without further ado, he pays a momentous visit to his friend who was believed dead. The chaos, at least now it’s perfect.
GTA 5: Xbox 360 and PS3 Test
“Grand Theft Auto” fans already notice: If it says “GTA 5”, Franklin, Michael, and Trevor are still inside as a chaotic overall package. They experience the same story, but still don’t play the game in the same way. In the next-gen run, the test goal was clear: Don’t waste too much money pointlessly. After all, the still outrageously expensive golf course in posh Dorset Drive wants to be paid for, it only costs 150 million. If it weren’t for the weakness for scantily clad women and sinfully expensive luxury sleighs.
GTA 5: Comparison of PS3 and PS4 version
After the Rockstar Games developer studio last year gave the last generation of consoles a formidable finale with “GTA 5”, it is now the turn of the next-gen systems. On the new consoles, the gangster epic comes in 1080p (for comparison: on Xbox 360 and PS3 it was 720p) and 30 frames per second. The story stays the same, but thanks to the new hardware power it is more beautiful than ever. The PlayStation 4 version we tested conjures up great lighting effects on the screen: the sun, lanterns and even car taillights offer lens reflections that make Hollywood’s science fiction division pale with envy. In addition, there are high-resolution textures everywhere and the character models look even more authentic – the one year under the belt and the old console base is hardly noticeable in the next-gen appearance.
If you could paint a “GTA” of the future, it would most likely look just as fantastic. But only similar! Because the game still suffers from flickering edges, which is particularly noticeable when driving a car. The flickering is by far not as extreme as on the little brother, but it is still ubiquitous, not only for graphics enthusiasts. The almost traditional pop-ups will also accompany you through Los Santos. Whether in a short distance suddenly popping bridge beams, bushes or lanterns – it feels like not much has happened here. With full action on the screen – which happens often in the seemingly endless hunt for police stars – even the PlayStation 4 as a test base occasionally stuttered surprisingly.
The new first-person perspective optionally shifts the open-world blast to the shooter business.
With the new PS4 touchpad you can wipe your life easier: with gesture control (up and down) you change the radio stations that have been revised with new songs (cruising through Vinewood with Lady Gaga’s “Applause”, what’s nicer?), With movements to the left and arms on the right. One click lets you happily switch through up to four perspectives – this is where you will also find the greatest innovation: the ego view. It takes getting used to at first, almost looks like a foreign body. But after a short time the shooter perspective develops into an invigorating element. Everything seems much more intense, you step into the hard action scene intensified.