Rockstar Games has confirmed that GTA 5 is backward compatible with the next generation PS5 and Xbox Series S / X, so players who purchased GTA 5 at launch on previous generation consoles can sigh of relief. I will.
PS5 and Xbox Series S / X: GTA5 backward compatibility details
Rockstar updated News wire To let the player base know what this means for them:
“If you have a disk-based copy of a backward-compatible game, you can insert that disc directly into your new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X (excluding the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition and Xbox Series S consoles).”
“In the meantime, digital game owners can immediately download compatible Rockstar Games titles already associated with their PlayStation Network or Xbox Live account.”
Rockstar will also confirm that the PS4 save files will be migrated to the PS5 if the player chooses, and will resume where they left off.
“As a bonus, all PlayStation Plus members will continue to earn $ 1,000,000 GTA each month (deposited into their in-game Maze Bank account within 72 hours of login) until they play the PlayStation 4 version of GTA Online. 2021 Released a new standalone version of GTA Online on PlayStation 5 in the year. “
What does this GTA 5 move mean for PS5 and Xbox Series S / X owners?
As a starting point, no one likes to pay for the same thing twice, so you can save a lot on buying a new game. Rockstar has already been dissented by the community and is called greed by withdrawing money from buyers by re-releasing the same game on multiple platforms at regular prices, which is a welcome move.
The upgraded horsepower of the new console brings various improvements to the quality of life of the game, so this is not the only improvement. Innovative new SSDs on PS5 and Xbox Series S / X machines give players significant load times and general in-game stability.
Here’s a comparison of GTA 5 load times on hard drives and SSDs:
Further improvements to the GTA 5 re-release for next-generation consoles are not yet in the public domain, but in the public domain. Verified It:
“In late 2021, there will also be a new standalone version of GTA Online, which will only be available to PlayStation 5 players for free for the first three months.”
Published at 15:54 CET on November 10, 2020