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article imageVideo: 'Grand Theft Auto V' PS4 vs. PS3 trailer

By Can Tran     Nov 7, 2014 in Entertainment
The upcoming re-release of "Grand Theft Auto V," for the current-generation consoles, is definitely a bag of treats in many different ways.
Rockstar Games, known for pretty controversial game titles that really push the envelope, is re-releasing Grand Theft Auto V for the new current-generation consoles Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Like Microsoft is doing with Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which comes out for the Xbox One on November 11th, the re-release of Grand Theft Auto V will see changes and additions making it different from last-generation consoles. If you already have Grand Theft Auto V for the last-generation consoles, you may want to buy the re-release after watching these two new trailers.
The first trailer shows the difference between the Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 versions. You can see that the upcoming Playstation 4 version is sharper and cleaner. Visually, the Playstation 4 version of the game is a bucket full of “eye candy.” This can also be said about the differences between the Xbox 360 and upcoming Xbox One version of Grand Theft Auto V.
Also, this first trailer is similar to one Square Enix streamed in preparation for the release of its role-playing game (RPG) called Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix. November marks the month for re-release titles, not that it is a bad thing.
If the visuals are not enough, there are other reasons to get the game.
The first reason is that the Xbox One and Playstation 4 version of Grand Theft Auto V will have a new weapon: a rail gun. Imagine the in-game carnage and destruction you can wreak across the city with the rail gun.
The second reason is that this version will run at 1080p at 30 frames-per-second (FPS).
For all you first-person-shooter fans, the current-generation release of the game will have a first-person mode. That should make driving and shooting easier, especially if you are used to shooter games. You can check out a trailer that shows off FPS mode. It will change the experience if you played the last-generation console version.
Current-generation consoles get the game on November 18th. It will be available for the PC, but you have to wait until January 27th of next year.
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