Grand Theft Auto V, which was released online last year, features technical and graphical improvements to deliver a "stunning new level of detail" on the next-generation gaming consoles. The game will include increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic, and enhanced resolutions to bring new life to the cities, towns, deserts and oceans of Rockstar North’s epic reimagining of Southern California.
Gamers can also switch between the interconnected lives of Michael, Trevor and Franklin as they embark on a series of heists across Los Santos and Blaine County.
For those who have been playing the game online, Rockstar says that your progress will be carried over to the consoles. Grand Theft Auto V for PC will also feature a video editor designed for advanced movie-making.
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