Grand Theft Auto 5 shines with its PS5 upgrades during PlayStation Showcase 2021. Unfortunately, there is a catch. Seen in action during PlayStation Showcase, the GTAV remaster for PS5 shows Michael, Franklin and Trevor back on the streets looking better than ever. The trailer also teases much faster loads for instant character changes.
GTA V: we know the release date on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S
However, the free update announced for November 11, 2021 will finally take place in March 2022. We will remind, earlier Sony said that GTA V will run on the PlayStation 5 in 4K at 60 frames per second. We still hope to always have the surprises planned for the 20th anniversary of GTA 3 on October 22.
PlayStation 5 games will rise in price soon
According to the former head of PlayStation, games for the PlayStation 5 console may soon rise in price. This is due to the rising cost of producing new video games.
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According to Shawn Layden, the cost of developing video games for new platforms doubles with each generation of consoles. He stated that the cost of developing AAA-grade games for the PlayStation 5 will be around $ 200 million. Despite the fact that this is already a huge amount, Leiden believes that it will continue to grow.
Moreover, he said that large game development studios and even some independent studios in order to their own financial stability will have to implement a strategy that he called “risk mitigation.” Most companies will be more interested in creating sequels to existing games, rather than developing completely new projects based on original scenarios.
Sean Leiden stated that the PlayStation 5 and its games will evolve throughout its lifecycle. The console will soon celebrate a year since it hit the market with the exclusive Horizon Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7 and the new God of War.
The PlayStation 5 finally showed its power with God of War: Ragnarok
Sony today unveiled a full game trailer for the new action-adventure God of War: Ragnarok, which is being created in the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions.
The trailer was recorded on PlayStation 5, and it shows us cutscenes and real game moments. God of War: Ragnarok will run at 60Hz on the PlayStation 5; and offer better visuals than the PlayStation 4 version.
As Sony said, in the continuation of the God of War relaunch, you will be able to visit completely new places, including Asgard. New locations filled with secrets will also appear in previously visited worlds.