The PS5 outperforms the Xbox One X in GTA 5 » FirstSportz

Rockstar Games has made an announcement related to GTA
Rockstar Games has made an announcement related to GTA

The new GTA 5 Remaster improves the technical aspects of the game, adding a higher framerate, 4K resolution and a bunch of additional effects for console players. New DualSense-specific features, including vibrations and feedback that respond to weather and driving conditions, are also available to PS5 owners. The remaster has some minor improvements, but it’s nothing groundbreaking and it’s not as significant as the first re-release of the game.

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PS5 better than Xbox in GTA 5

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Still, some players seem to have a better experience with the game depending on the platform. According to a new video by YouTube channel ElAnalistaDeBits comparing the two versions of the game side-by-side, the PS5 version of GTA V is clearly superior to the Xbox Series X|S version. On PS5, not only does the game look better and more detailed in general, but the frame rate also keeps up in demanding situations.


Framerate on the PS5 remains consistent, with only a few dips in extremely intense situations, however the Xbox Series X|S version sometimes slips from 60FPS into the high 40s. Despite the fact that the game looks great on Xbox platforms, the PS5 version seems to be the most popular.

In addition, PS5 owners can play GTA Online for free for the first three months. Players can keep it even if the window closes, so it’s just another benefit for PlayStation users. It’s unclear what’s causing these differences between PS5 and Xbox, especially since the Xbox Series X has been touted as the most powerful console ever made, but it’s an interesting comparison.

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