The wait is finally over and Rockstar has released Grand Theft Auto 5. Prior to the start of the next-Gen version of GTA V, previously we have covered PS4 VS PS3 Graphic comparison (the Xbox One runs in 900p), but now it’s time to compare the glorious version of the PC (based on my gameplay with i7 3770, GTX 970_SLI and 8Gb RAm @Max Settings) versus the Playstation 4.
This PC version of GTA 5 will bring all the profits of the latest Ps4 and Xbox One adaptations. That incorporates the first-individual mode and an extended soundtrack, and, only for the PC adaptation, local 4k backing. Simply a disgrace that we’ve now two more months to hold up.
The PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5 is featuring improved graphics and unique structural features, which also have been in the version of next-generation consoles. Among other things, we shadows that are defined in the contact surfaces, different levels of antialiasing, SSAO, light volumes improved, particle systems with shadows, better reflexes, improved tessellation, greater variety of populations and higher LOD distance. It will also feature the return of the video editor and the ability to customize the radio.
Grand Theft Auto V – PC VS Playstation 4 In-Game Screenshots Graphics Comparison