GTA 5 For Xbox One, PS4, PC Premiere In First Person Mode Official Form



Certainly would consider Grand Theft Auto V is one of the most influential films of the year. It has been a great success on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and in a few days will officially for the new generation of consoles, namely PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In addition to a supposed improvement in graphics quality, Rockstar has decided to include some really exciting news for these devices, but apparently they have focused more on the Sony console than that of Microsoft.

First-person mode, a request for thousands of users coming to consoles

The Grand Theft Auto series is a veteran in the world of video games, and as such, always raises great expectations. Normally PC versions have been developers who have always tried to improve the titles with different “mods” modifications that let you enjoy a totally different game with new characters, cars and weapons. There are even modifications that allow play in first person to get into the skin of the main characters, though only for computer, bypassing the console gamers.

Therefore, Rockstar has decided to implement this first-person mode in the new generation of consoles, which has been confirmed by a new series of official images that we see as a helicopter pilot from the cockpit. Will it be a sufficient reason for users to opt for the new generation?

GTA 5 will have more surprises in PlayStation 4

Indeed this is not the only thing that Rockstar is preparing for the next-gen. According to recent rumors, the latest GTA could base a lot of functions on the controller DualShock 4 PS4, specifically in your speaker, it might work as a police radio to warn us by the light bar if we are chasing – red and blue flashing or not.  Also, the touchpad would also change the weapons and radio stations while driving a vehicle. Although this is an interesting but not revolutionary development, the fact is that details like these make a big game and increases the immersive experience of the titles.

The version of GTA 5 for Xbox One and PS4 will run at 1080p and 30 fps in first person mode on and hit the market on 18th of this month. In addition, the PC version (with which we can play 4K) is not expected until next year, namely January 27, 2015.

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