Generational upgrade for GTA V has been pushed to 2022 but it remains to be seen if the wait will be worth it since not many were happy with the reveal.
GTA fans were left sorely disappointed with the reveal of the "enhanced" GTA V that is coming to PlayStation 5 in the relatively near future. First, the announcement that it will actually be delayed to March 2022 didn't make anyone happy but the results themselves aren't anything to write home about either.
The graphics fidelity might look closer to that found on PC now but the quality hasn't moved up enough to give the fans anything to look forward to. One of the points that are brought up most often is the fact that the brief trailer didn't make a comparison between last and current-gen graphics, possibly because there is not enough difference to speak of.
Our guess is that the biggest difference will be in the loading times, something GTA Online is notorious for. Let's hope the game will manage to make good use of that hyped up SSD because the rest of the brief list of features from the trailer failed to impress most players.
In fact, only about 26 per cent of viewers liked the video by the time of writing, with a ratio of ~23,000 likes to ~89,000 dislikes on YouTube.