The ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ PS5 and Xbox Series X|S trailer has left fans angry

The latest trailer for Grand Theft Auto V on the PlayStation Showcase on September 9 has left followers feeling annoyed for loads of causes.

To begin, the trailer on PlayStation’s YouTube channel at the moment has (as of September 11) over 1million views and 42,000 dislikes to 18,000 likes. A few of the foremost points stem from the truth that the sport touts an “expanded and enhanced” label, however many assume it nonetheless appears to be like precisely the identical.

The identical trailer was additionally placed on the Rockstar Video games YouTube channel has 26,000 likes to 44,000 dislikes, with the opposite main grievance {that a} sport initially launched in 2013 doesn’t look that significantly better, and has been delayed.

Now the sport is coming to Xbox Sequence X|S and PS5 in March 2022, with it meant to launch in late 2021.

The trailer itself touts improved graphics, enhanced gameplay and seamless character switching, however that clearly isn’t sufficient to win over fairly a couple of gamers.

One person mentioned: “This must be probably the most pathetic “Enhancement” of a sport I’ve ever seen. All you’ve completed is permit the sport to play at excessive PC settings on newer consoles and tweaked that horrendous loading display screen, which on an SSD solely takes a second or two to vary characters anyway.”

Grand Theft Auto V. Credit score: Rockstar Video games

Take-Two additionally lately sued the programmers who reverse-engineered GTA 3 and Vice Metropolis’s supply code. The programmers have been engaged on the ‘re3’ mission, which aimed to deliver unofficial ports to handheld units just like the Nintendo Change, PlayStation Vita and Wii U.

The ports additionally included fairly a couple of enhancements like bug fixes, a rotatable digicam, XInput controller assist on PC and widescreen assist.

In different information, the voice actor for Venom in Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has mentioned that the sport is “huge” and that’s why it’s popping out in 2023.

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