GTA 5 Graphics Bring Surprises on Next-Gen Consoles

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GTA 5’s graphics are substantially improved in the next-generation versions when compared to prior versions of the game, which should please console gamers. The improved graphics in this port are one of the primary reasons for gamers to consider purchasing them, especially considering that it is one of the few improvements made to the game.

It’s important to note that there are three main graphical modes to choose from:

  • Fidelity Mode (which provides the greatest graphics, but has the lowest overall performance)
  • Performance Mode (which provides the best performance, but has the lowest overall visuals)
  • Performance RT (a mix between the Fidelity and Performance modes)

Depending on their preferences, gamers will be able to select the mode that they like. Rockstar Games has also highlighted some of the small distinctions between each of the game’s four playable modes.

Fidelity Mode

We know that fans may be concerned about the graphics when it comes to next-gen consoles, but Fidelity Mode might help you on this matter. This is what Fidelity Mode has prepared for us:

  • 30 FPS
  • Native 4K resolution
  • Ray tracing
  • Xbox Series S uses upscaled 4K resolution, and not the native 4K one.

Performance Mode

Fidelity Mode and Performance Mode are polar opposites. Despite the fact that Rockstar Games hasn’t revealed too much about it, it appears to offer outstanding visuals for a great gameplay. According to Microsoft, the Xbox Series S will support up to 1080p resolution, whereas the other next-generation consoles will enable upscaled 4K resolutions. This mode will always strive to achieve 60 frames per second on a next-gen console.

Performance RT

Performance RT is the third mode that Rockstar Games has promised players. There are elements of both the previous modes. So it adds an upscaled 4K resolution with ray-tracing while also attempting to hit 60 frames per second. Given that both this mode and the previous one are aiming toward 60 frames per second, it’s safe to assume that Performance Mode will probably be the most stable of the two options above.

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