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THM Aug 23, 13
Is the real gameplay graphics gonna be look as good as the above screenshots or PS4's version of GTA V (released in mid 2015) will be better?
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Rude_Boy_Loves_SKA Aug 23, 13
There's no next-gen version coming.

And no, the graphics probably won't be quite as good as you see in the pictures. But they'll still be really good.
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Tommy Vercetti Aug 23, 13
quote THM
Is the real gameplay graphics gonna be look as good as the above screenshots or PS4's version of GTA V (released in mid 2015) will be better?
The in game graphics will look like the gameplay videos, download or watch the videos on YouTube at 720p and that's most likely what the game will look like. Now the next gen version(if there is one) will probably be a port of the PC version, which means it will have better draw distance, more peds, anti-aliasing, etc.
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pestar93820 Aug 23, 13
Where has the notion of a next gen version come from, nevermind a random release date? People these days...
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Rude_Boy_Loves_SKA Aug 24, 13
There hasn't been any word whatsoever about a next-gen port.
(Unless it's from that famous source- A friend who has a friend who knows somebody who read a blog from a guy who works for the company)
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Solid-Snack Aug 24, 13
quote Rude_Boy_Loves_SKA
There's no next-gen version coming.

And no, the graphics probably won't be quite as good as you see in the pictures. But they'll still be really good.
GTA V will be released at the end of the PS3/360 life cycle, A year and a half from now everyone will be focused on the next-gen consoles(and PC) do you really think rockstar won't make a PS4/Xbox one version?...Add in GTA online and you can see there not going to stop at PS3/360...They'll make a next-gen version when the install bases are big enough...oh and it WILL be coming to PC...not a question of IF but WHEN.
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Rude_Boy_Loves_SKA Aug 24, 13
Halo 2 was the most-played game on Xbox Live well after the 360 came out.

It doesn't make sense that they'd release a next-gen version a year after the current gen. It would make sense if a next-gen version came out at launch of the new consoles, or very soon after.

Plus, absolutely nothing is confirmed about a next-gen version. We'd probably have heard of plans to release one by now.
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Solid-Snack Aug 24, 13
quote Rude_Boy_Loves_SKA
Halo 2 was the most-played game on Xbox Live well after the 360 came out.

It doesn't make sense that they'd release a next-gen version a year after the current gen. It would make sense if a next-gen version came out at launch of the new consoles, or very soon after.

Plus, absolutely nothing is confirmed about a next-gen version. We'd probably have heard of plans to release one by now.
It didn't make sense for GTA IV to come out on PC 8 months after consoles...its how rockstar do things and people will buy it.
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pestar93820 Aug 24, 13
They didn't make a 360 version of San Andreas despite it only being a year after the game released, they won't do it for this either. There's no point. They'll probably just re-sell the current gen version on the new consoles in a few years.
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Animatrix Aug 24, 13
What many people are not getting is that the 360 and PS3 are still going to have traffic. Even in future after the next-gen consoles drop. GTA5 is going to still get played, no matter what.

quote Rude_Boy_Loves_SKA
Halo 2 was the most-played game on Xbox Live well after the 360 came out.
Yup, I played Halo 2 more than any other X360 game back when the console came out.
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