Tomorrow is a big day in the world of the new generation machines. They’be both been selling by the bucketload, but apart from Halo: The Master Chief Collection and (a botched) DriveClub, they’ve been lacking on any exclusive title to set them apart with re-releases like The Last of Us Remastered making up the numbers. As we march our way through November, we are going to see if Grand Theft Auto V will bring the remaining few old-gen gamers over to the new world.
As the game is just about to launch, I think it is fair that you get to see the official launch trailer, which as ever, came out last week.
I’ve already talked about some of the new features and first-person mode, but I wouldn’t be surprised if some of you old-gen players still aren’t convinced about what the new game will bring. Maybe this PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4 comparison video will help you out:
You have to admit that things look just a little bit stunning don’t they? I secretly wonder what the game will look like next year on a PC which can really push things to the max, but personally, with a comparatively weak PC these days, my best option of truly experiencing the game in all its glory is on PlayStation 4.
I’m in the nice position of knowing that I will get access to some special weapons once I tell the Rockstar Social Club that I previously played the game on the 360.
First up is the railgun which I’m sure will be a blast in multiplayer:
The hatchet though looks like brutal GTA at its best. I can help feel like a zombie add-on (think of Undead Nightmare for Red Dead Redemption) would make for an awesome use of this tool.
(New videos from GamesHQMedia via VG24/7)
It’s all looking damn good, but first week sales will be a true test of how much appetite there is in the audience of the new consoles when put alongside other massive titles like Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Advanced Warfare and Far Cry 4.
So, Grand Theft Auto V, are you in?