GTA 5 Is 1080p/30fps On PS4 And Xbox One; First-Person Trailer Released

Rockstar Games confirms resolution and frame rate details for console versions; PC iteration will support 4K resolution.

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Grand Theft Auto V will run in 1080p/30fps across PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Rockstar Games announced today, following news that the game will feature a first-person mode.

Rockstar said: "Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC features hundreds of additions and enhancements including 1080p resolution at 30fps on PS4 and Xbox One."

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Meanwhile, the PC version of GTA V will support 4K resolution.

Rockstar also confirmed more details about GTA V's first-person mode today. These are listed below. For even more about the first-person perspective, check out the new trailer above and a ton of new images in the gallery at the bottom of this post.

  • Only available in Xbox One, PS4, and PC versions
  • Available with single button press, letting you switch between third- and first-person
  • Includes first-person cover system
  • Introduces new targeting system
  • Will feature a more traditional FPS control scheme
  • Thousands of new animations
  • First-person mode will be available in both GTA V and GTA Online

GTA V launches for Xbox One and PS4 on November 18, while the PC version will be released in January 2015. For more, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

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