Grand Theft Auto V will receive multiple overhauls on PC and next-gen platforms, looking lmost impressive on PC, which will support 4K resolution. Not only that, but the game will include a First-Person Mode, complete with modeled car interiors and proper FPS shooting.
Rockstar Games has released a first-person trailer for GTA V and released several details about the new game perspective. The game will run at 1080p/30fps on Xbox One and PS4, while the PC version will support up to 4K resolutions, denser traffic, enhanced draw distances and more wildlife.
Not only that, but the game will feature a first-person mode, available via a single button press. To enable this, Rockstar has added thousands of new animations, a new targeting system, FPS cover system, and a more FPS like control scheme. The mode is going to be available in both GTA V and GTA Online.
"It's a very intense, in-your-face experience… literally," animation director Rob Nelson told IGN. "Obviously, we felt like one of the most compelling things you could do to make an experience people have had before feel different was the new first-person mode."
On top of the graphical enhancements and the first-person mode, the game might feature multiplayer heists - a feature long awaited by console players, which is close to completion - and a 100 new soundtracks, including something from Backstreet boys.
The improved Grand Theft Auto 5 will first be made available on current-gen consoles on November 18, and will finally arrive on PC in the upcoming year, on January 27.
Below you can find a few screenshots showcasing the FPS trailer for GTA V, and a few more screenshots.