Just more than one and a half weeks after the start, Rockstar Games has described GTA V performance modes available on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, including the impressive implementation of a power rayTracing mode.
In detail on the Rockstar Games blog, the “advanced and improved” version of the Open World Roleplay will offer three different modes. The Fidelity mode optimizes the game to the “highest visual quality and aims at 30 fps”. The 4K resolution in this mode is native and raytracing is activated. However, the 4K resolution is highly scaled on the Xbox Series S.
The power mode is right onto 60 FPS gameplay with highly scaled 4K (1080p for Xbox Series S). However, the key mode here is the performance ray-tracing mode that offers a mixture of the two high-scaled 4K modes, activated raytracing and 60 fps gameplay. All three modes offer a good selection of options for players, but we believe that performance rayTracing mode will be outstanding on March 15.
All three of these modes will also be available in the independent version of GTA Online on March 15, which is also published for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S. GTA Online will see a new tutorial and a new frontend menu that you can jump directly into different modes within the game.
Grand Theft Auto V and GTA Online appear on March 15 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S.
Learn how to transfer the progress of the story mode, and get first details about the profile migration of GTA online, for the timing of pre-download and more: https://t.co/wwwsbpcdcvd pic.twitter.com/fvmi1i9tcx
- Rockstar games (@Rockstargames) 4. March 2022
This advanced and improved version of the game is just around the corner and comes with raytracing, improved explosions, more detailed fire and 3D audio and dualsense support, hopefully it will be a worthwhile upgrade for players.