Rockstar sent us some great stuff recently, so without bogging you down in spiel, here's the skinny direct from them!

Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC upgrades and enhancements include:

- Seamless integration of new First Person Mode in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online including fully customizable controls, targeting, FOV and more

- New first-person cockpit views for vehicles, with fully re-modeled interiors, including working speedometers, gas dials, radio and instrument panel lighting

- Increased resolution at 1080p at 30fps, 4K compatible for PC

- More than double the draw distance

- New depth of field effects

- High resolution textures

- Over 150 new songs plus new DJ mixes and talk radio

- Dynamically adaptive depth of field

- Increased particle effects quality and number of particle effects rendered on-screen at once

- Improved wind dynamics for clothing, flags, foliage, trees and more

- More realistic fluid dynamics

- Improved weather effects

- Improved damage effects

- Volumetric light pollution

- 3x number of light sources from 360/PS3

- Vehicles from GTA Online Updates now form part of the ambient vehicle population for increased vehicle diversity across the entire world

- Vehicles and weapons from all 11 free GTA Online updates are available in Story Mode from day one

- New land and sea animals

- Animals in the world now have soft fur

Enhancements specifically for Grand Theft Auto Online include:

- Increased player count to 30 players with an additional 2 spectators

- Completely overhauled character creator to allow players a greater range of customization

- Over 120 new props added to the Creator tools for players to use in creating their own content

- Doubled the amount of props allowed in created matches

First Person Mode and GTA Online

The integration of the new first-person mode means players will have the freedom to play GTA Online in either first-person or third person with the ability to seamlessly switch between them on the fly at the touch of a button, both in Free Mode and during matches. In addition, we've added the option to toggle match settings to create first-person or third-person only matches, if they choose.


We can't wait!