In my opinion one of the biggest hold-ups for GTA V really indulging in its true capabilities is that it was made for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Well, for those of you who actually want to see the game grow beyond the limitations of the seventh generation, you might be getting your wish with future updates for the game.
Rockstar Games has launched a special holiday event for GTA 5. The Festive Surprise brings players several new activities and gifts from now until January 5th.
GTA Online's cooperative heists still aren't in the game a year after they were announced. In a new apology to players, Rockstar explained the delay and promised a free gift.
Over a year after first announcing online heists for GTA 5, Rockstar Games finally shared some details. They've released a trailer and screenshots along with release date information for the long-delayed feature.
Rockstar Game is celebrating the Thanksgiving weekend with a bunch of giveaways. The two grand prizes are an Xbox One and PS4 with custom GTA 5 artwork.
Rockstar Games seem to really take their efforts for community interaction quite serious. For Grand Theft Auto V we've seen Rockstar step up their social media game and community engagement. One of the ways Rockstar has managed to keep gamers engaged is by spotlighting the Snapmatic photos that GTA V players have taken in-game.
Now that Grand Theft Auto V has officially launched for those with eighth generation home consoles, it's probably become apparent that those who originally owned the game on the Xbox 360 and PS3 will probably want to transfer over their GTA Online character and stats. Well, here's how you do it.
There are many differences between the PS4 and Xbox One versions of GTA 5 and their last-gen counterparts. However, one thing is the same: you can cheat your ass off.
Going from third-person to first-person changes a lot in terms of how the content is experienced and when it comes to the controversial sex scenes... it adds a whole new level naughtiness to the game.
There's a good hour-long video of Grand Theft Auto V for the PlayStation 4. The video covers the first few segments of the game, starting with the robbery and the staged death of one of the main characters.
One of the games that are aimed to make your wallet lose some weight is Rockstar Games' Xbox One and PS4 release of Grand Theft Auto V. To help remind a few gamers about what's to come, they released a launch trailer with some sleek clips of the new and improved visuals on display.
Rockstar Games released a new trailer for GTA V to help give last gen and current gen fanboys something to squabble over (as well as a little bit of something-something for the GPCMR to talk about, as well). The video draws direct comparisons to the PS3 and PS4 versions of GTA V, and some of the differences are quite significant.
So you want to play Grand Theft Auto V like Call of Duty? You want all the high-end thrills and frills from the first-person view? You want to see your feet dangle when you fall from high places? You want to see kick-buttery taking place from the eyes of the protagonists? Well, Rockstar Games is making that happen... officially.
Rockstar Games previously announced that GTA 5 PS3 and Xbox 360 owners would get exclusive rewards for upgrading to the PS4, Xbox One or PC versions. Today they revealed just what those perks will be.
GTA 5's PS4 version will run at a native 1080p resolution, according to Official PlayStation Magazine. The mag revealed this fact during a pre-launch preview of the game in their latest issue.