GTA V Next-Gen Details: New Graphics Modes For PS5 & Xbox Series

Plus, Rockstar explains how the game transfer works for GTA V Xbox One and PS4 players.



GTA V has become one of the most profitable games of all time, so it’s no surprise that Rockstar is working to bring the sequel to the next console generation. What does that entail? Obviously, graphical improvements will help you immerse yourself even more in the story, with 4K resolution, 60 FPS and other Xbox Series and PS5 goodies.

Rockstar has expanded on this information with a new announcement on its website, revealing three graphical modes for GTA V for the next generation.

As you might have guessed, each will achieve 4K and other graphical wonders, though it’s worth noting the differences between each mode:

  • Fidelity Mode: higher visual quality at 30 FPS. In this mode, the Xbox X series and PS5 achieve native 4K resolution with ray tracing enabled, while the Xbox S series supports enhanced 4K resolution.
  • Performance Mode: the ultimate 60 FPS gaming experience. The PS5 and Xbox X Series support 4K enhanced resolution, while the Xbox S Series achieves 1080p resolution.
  • Performance RT Mode: a blend of the above two modes, with enhanced 4K resolution, 60 FPS, and enabled ray tracing on PS5 and Xbox X series.


On the other hand, Rockstar has also shed some light on inter-generational game transfer. According to its website, Xbox One and PS4 gamers will be able to play GTA V and GTA: Online can transfer gameplay to PS5 and Xbox Series and between console platforms with a custom migration.

There are only a few days left for GTA V users to enjoy the next-gen goodies, with the new version launching on March 15. However, the attention of many is already elsewhere as the development of GTA VI has been confirmed, and the community awaits more news from Rockstar.

Source: Rockstar Games

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