With the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Grand Theft Auto V arriving in less than two weeks, Rockstar Games has been ramping up the promotion machine. Yesterday, we got our first look at the included first-person mode, and today, we get a clip that showcases the graphical jump from generation to generation.
While all the footage we’ve seen so far from the updated versions of Grand Theft Auto V has been impressive, this comparison clip really showcases all of the work that Rockstar Games put into these editions. The landscape is littered with even more foliage, the cars look sleeker, Michael looks more haggard and the city appears to be more populated than ever before. For a game that started life on the last console generation, it looks just as good as recent PS4 and Xbox One titles.
We will continue to have coverage of Grand Theft Auto V in the lead-up to its November 18 release date on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, so stay tuned. In the meantime, though, check out the video above and let us know what you think.