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GTA V Gameplay Footage Leaked, Shows First-Person Drive-By
We’re still a day away from getting our hands on the next-gen iteration of Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V. However, it looks the trend of breaking the street date continues.
Some footage has been posted online from the game, showing amazing visuals and the two things GTA is most famous for, pointless shooting and mayhem.
This time around the it also features a first-person mode, which surely makes a drive-by more intense. As seen in the footage above.
The work on visual detail is quite impressive. Both the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game are running at 30 Fps with full 1080p resolution.
Compared to the last-gen versions of the game, GTA V now has superiors damage effects which can certainly be seen in this video.
Apart from this, Rockstar has confirmed better draw distances, weather effects and more wildfire among other features. All in all, this is going to be a true next-gen experience.
GTA V is available for preload on both Xbox One and PS4 with a download size of around 44GB.
If you have pre-loaded the game, it will unlock at mid-night November 18. For PC players the wait isn’t over just yet, GTA V won’t be available for this platform until early 2015.