Now that a number of you have been playing Grand Theft Auto V for a few weeks, it seems that the debate about how different the game is continues to fuel discussion and forums. Today, we wanted to feature a few videos looking at GTA V vs. GTA IV graphics, map and driving for a visual look at handling and display quality.
Shortly after release we looked at the GTA V PS3 vs. Xbox 360 graphics and how there was hardly any differences, although playing the game compared to GTA IV revealed a lot of improvements that were very noticeable in the strip club.
We have three videos for our readers to watch that include two taking a look at GTA IV vs. GTA V, and then the last video looks at GTA V vs. GTA San Andreas.
The first video offers a side-by-side comparison revealing the differences while flying, handling of vehicles, customization, the strip clubs, various graphical differences and more. This video runs for just over 8 minutes, so you’ll get a good look at these areas of the games.
The next video runs for over 17 minutes and takes a look at even more differences between GTA V and GTA IV. You will see differences when a car crashes into a wall and the damage afterwards, using various weapons, fighting, how long you can run in both games before getting tired, flying helicopters, freefalling, swimming, using your cellphone, and a lot more.
Finally, we also added a video comparing GTA V vs. GTA San Andreas. This 4-minute comparison takes in difference places and buildings between the games.
How do you think the game has improved over the years, and do you see Grand Theft Auto 5 as a major improvement over GTA 4 and San Andreas?
Also See: GTA 5 1.24 patch notes on PS4, Xbox One