It’s Not GTA 6, But It’s Still Impressive
We’ve known about the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5 Expanded And Enhanced Edition for a while, but now we have a recent leak to share about this incredibly successful game‘s next-gen port. According to one online leaker, Grand Theft Auto 5 Expanded And Enhanced Edition will run at 4K60 FPS on PS5, which will definitely give PlayStation owners their money’s worth. It’s no Grand Theft Auto 6, but it’s still good to hear about.
This updated version of the game will be using the power of next-gen–well, current-gen at this point–consoles to deliver better visuals, better performance, and much more. We don’t yet have any information on how the Xbox Series S|X version will run, but if those numbers are accurate, they’ll have to make it very smooth to stand against the PS5 version.
All video game leaks should be taken with a grain of salt, of course, but we’ve already heard Rockstar announce that GTA 5 Expanded And Enhanced Edition 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.”
In other words, the game running at 4K60 FPS on PS5 is entirely plausible, though still very impressive. The leak comes from the popular Gaming Leaks subreddit, with the source being the German Playstation website.
According to DualShockers’ translation, the website states that: “You have never seen the criminal metropolis Los Santos so beautiful when the skyline shines thanks to a bold graphic update in crisp 4K resolution and you make the city extremely smooth and unsafe thanks to a smooth 60 FPS.”
This definitely suggests that the leaked numbers are at least somewhat accurate, which is good news for PlayStation owners everywhere. Let’s just hope the Xbox Series S|X version has equally good numbers.
Grand Theft Auto 5 Expanded And Enhanced Edition will be available for PS5 and Xbox Series S|X on November 11th, 2021.
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