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Comparing GTAV on the PS3 and PS4

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No one was surprised when the best selling game of the decade was announced to be released on the PlayStation 4 last week at E3. The amount of detail that went into making the game next gen worthy was a surprise. You can easily see that this was not simply a case of porting the older version to the newer system. When you compare the PS3 and PS4 versions side by your side, you are in awe.

Digital Foundry released a video allowing you to see the two trailers side by side. The difference is striking to say the least. Rockstar has already sold 33 million units on the PS3 and Xbox 360, that number is sure to rise drastically when it becomes available on the X1 and PS4. This is truly a next gen title. We do not yet have an official release date, but GTAV for the PS4 is expected to be released in the fall of 2014.


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