Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced Edition Delayed For Next-Gen Consoles

    Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced Edition

    Rockstar Games has announced that Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced Edition will be delayed for the next-gen consoles. According to Rockstar Games, the game has been delayed and released in March of next year. The Enhanced Edition of this game got a new trailer at the PlayStation Showcase and Rockstar detailed some features that players can expect in the next-gen version of the game.

    Also read, Playstation Showcase 2021- Every Presentation, Reveal, and Trailer Announced

    In the trailer, Rockstar has showcased what GTA 5 would look like with the power of the next-gen consoles. In the trailer, Rockstar showcased the seamless character switching from Michael to Trevor. The developers say this is possible because of the next-gen hardware and the fast and powerful SSDs that we see with the newer gen consoles.

    Seamless Character Switching

    Previously, the game was supposed to be released on November 21, 2021, but as said before, the launch date has been delayed, and it would come by March 2022. Alongside the Story Mode, players would also be gettings GTA Online as a standalone title. The next-gen version of the game is supposed to be bringing performance enhancements for select vehicles on next-gen consoles.

    GTA Online

    Released back in 2013, GTA 5 was one of the biggest launches that happened that year. The game was originally released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3; it also got released for Windows in 2015 and later for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. After 8 years, we still haven’t got any news about a new GTA game coming from Rockstar, yet they are still making remasters for their older games. Rumours suggest that we could also be seeing a complete remake of the GTA Trilogy that includes GTA 3, Vice City and even San-Andreas.

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