Rockstar Games has recently announced the release date of GTA V e GTA Online su PS5 e Xbox Series X / S, March 15, also confirming that the game will support Ray Tracing e HDR, technology not present on PC.
After having officially revealed that the development of GTA 6 is well underway, we talked about it in the article you find here, the developer has made it official that the game will aim for 4K to 60 FPS on next-gen, although it still remains to be seen if he will actually have a way to reach them.
Considering that the title does not offer this type of performance on PC, it is possible that an improvement of this type will also arrive on the platform in question, even if at the moment there is no type of announcement to that effect, although everything is likely seen. the continuous commitment of the software house.
Below is the official message from Rockstar Games regarding the debut of GTA V and GTA Online on, which considering the release date now particularly close, will hardly be postponed once again.
With the GTA V community growing larger than ever, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online will arrive on PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X / S on March 15th, bringing the open world blockbuster experience to gamers. who own the next generation hardware. We sincerely appreciate the support the community has had over the years as the game lands for the third time on a new generation of consoles.
We will only have to cover what will be the next contents that will be launched for the work, while it is not yet clear the actual possibility of the upgrade on PC, which would certainly make many fans happy, while others will be able to console themselves with some PS5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of GTA V and GTA Online under truly cutting-edge premises.