Although GTA 5 is now a proud age, the title still looks surprisingly good. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t get a lot out of the optics. Digital Dream has now done this with the help of a Geforce RTX 3090 and played GTA 5 in 8k UHD. In addition, GTA 5 QuantV, Real-Life-Pack and Ray-Tracing-Reshade are used. The result of this interaction looks really impressive and perhaps already provides a small foretaste of the graphics of GTA 6.

You can also adjust the look of the video almost exactly the same way. 8K UHD is perhaps a little over the top, but in a moderate resolution the improved graphics can also be achieved with affordable hardware. QuantV and the Real-Life-Pack are both free, for Ray-Tracing-Reshade you only need a Patron subscription Pascal “Marty McFly” Gilcher. Anyone for whom this is too much effort can instead enjoy the video from Digital Dreams.

GTA 5 (buy now 99,90 € ) should get a new edition for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S on November 11th. A completely revised graphics should not be expected, however, as Rockstar’s main focus is currently on the multiplayer mode. This is no wonder either, as it is still pouring a lot of money into Rockstar Games’ coffers.

Single player content for shooters is gradually falling out of focus, as other developers have shown. For example, the new Battlefield 2042 does not have a campaign at all. The multiplayer mode will therefore most likely be the main focus in GTA 6. If the whole thing is paired with beautiful graphics similar to the one from the video, success is practically inevitable.

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