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With Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive achieved unprecedented success and achieved what many want: a timeless work that remains in the public’s taste over the years. This fact forever changed the history of the franchise and although there are rumors and speculation about a new Grand Theft Auto, the truth is that the new generation of consoles will continue to see GTA V and it seems that this version could receive an interesting touch-up.

GTA V could look different on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S

According to information released by Rockstar insider Tez2, who has proven to be a viable source on previous occasions, the version of GTA V for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S will have an important change because to take advantage of the power of the new consoles. , will be based on the RAGE graphics engine, the same one that was used for the development of Red Dead Redemption 2 and whose impressive results are obvious. According to the insider, the team in charge of what will be the most recent version of GTA V opted for the RDR 2 engine as it allows a significant number of visual improvements that would not be possible even working with the original engine, which has been adapted from the beginning. launch of the game in 2013.

Likewise, the information published by the insider refers to details included in the recent GTA V update, where reference is made to the RDR 2 engine, but that’s not all, as it was also revealed that there are lines of code that suggest GTA Online content migration to Next-Gen version.

So far, there is nothing official from Rockstar Games about the improvements that the Next-Gen version of GTA V could have and it is only known that its online component will offer new content and that it will practically start a new stage . As for the base game, it will continue as it is known.

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