GTA 5 Xbox One/PS4 Graphics Took a Hit After Latest Patch, But a Fix Is Coming
Rockstar says it's aware that the game's latest update led to deterioration of graphical quality, and is working on a fix.
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If you're playing Grand Theft Auto V on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and noticed a dip in graphical fidelity, it may not be a problem with your console. Rockstar Games has now acknowledged that the open-world game's latest update, 1.08, has led to a deterioration of graphical quality.
Not to worry, though, as the developer is now working on a fix.
"We are aware of some graphical issues on the Xbox One and PS4 versions of GTAV after the most recent Title Update, and we are investigating a fix now," the developer said today in a post on its support site.
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GTA V recently introduced the long-awaited online Heists mode, which faced some struggles at release but should now be working just fine. For lots more on GTA V Heists, check out the video above and some screenshots in the gallery below.
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