Following the worldwide release of GTA V and GTA Online for the next gen consoles, Rockstar Games posted a Newswire article detailing these new versions and teased future changes which we shall discuss below.
Today, you can visit Los Santos and Blaine County in 4K resolution, up to 60 FPS, with Ray Tracing and more upgraded graphics thanks to the power of the PS5 and Xbox Series consoles. GTA V and GTA Online also take advantage of the power in these consoles when it comes to loading times, haptic feedback and more.
Rockstar Games state in their blog post that in the future “we plan to continue making further adjustments across all versions of the game, in addition to rebalancing other areas — such as vehicles commonly used in PvP combat. Stay tuned for details.”
For now, the GTA Online community can only speculate which parts of the game such as these vehicles will receive changes. A vehicle high on the list of players to be nerfed for a very long time has been the Oppressor Mk II. Perhaps Rockstar will soon be rebalancing this along with others.
Once we know more details from Rockstar Games themselves, we will report it so stay tuned to RockstarINTEL. What are the changes you’d like to see made to GTA Online by Rockstar? Let us know in the comments.
New trailer and website
On top of that teaser, Rockstar Games posted a short trailer for the launch of the next gen versions of GTA V and GTA Online which you can watch right here.
Lastly, Rockstar have updated the GTA V and GTA Online website. It features guides for new residents of Los Santos, next gen screenshots and more. You can visit the new and updated site here.
We also want to make you aware that Rockstar did fix the character transfer issues some players were facing yesterday. You can now transfer from PS4 to PS5, or Xbox One to Xbox Series consoles if you previously transferred to PC. You can visit our article here on the situation for more details.