GTA V Gameplay Trailer For PC Runs At 60 Fps

Posted: Apr 3 2015, 12:23pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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GTA V gameplay trailer for PC runs at 60 fps

There's a huge difference between how the game runs on the home consoles and PC.

The latest trailer of the most popular gameplay GTA V shows exactly how the game is going to look on your computers, provided that you have the right computers which can handle the capacity. The game is going to run at 60 frames per second and you will instantly notice the difference between the two platforms. The trailer was posted to Rockstar's official website.

Ever since the wait started for the computer version of the game, everyone had been debating over this quality gap between the output of 30 frames per second and 60 frames per second and to be very honest, the difference is quite noticeable to say the least. The original trailer of the GTA V from 2011 is a good comparison and shows just how the console version looks in comparison to the PC version with regards to the frame rate.

If you are comparing the actual gameplay instead of the trailers, the difference becomes even more prominent. For instance, there is a much clearer difference between the game playing on the Xbox 360 or PS3 and the trailer showing the game running on a computer.

Some people are of the view that the frame rate is all about the graphics quality but in reality this is only a small part of the whole story. The input latency response timing also highly depends on the frame rate as well as how well player actions relate to on-screen activity. This is one reason why many gamers love the Call of Duty as it gives them a higher response time as it runs smoothly on 60 fps.

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