Although “GTA 5” is not currently announced for the PS4 and Xbox One, Phil Hooker felt that the upcoming current-generation video game felt like a “next-generation” title to his company. As reported by VG247 on Sept. 6, the associate technical director and combat designer from Rockstar North talked a little bit about the improvement made to the fifth main “Grand Theft Auto” installment when compared to “GTA 4.”
Phil Hooker stated that they were able to “could focus on extracting the most” from the PS3 and Xbox 360 due to the development team’s prior experience with both consoles. As a result, they managed to surpass their own expectations with significant “improvements to the graphics, or new mechanics, or AI, or mission scope along the way.” He then went on to evaluate the sequel to the “GTA 4,” mentioning that “GTA 5” felt “next-generation” when put up directly against its predecessor.
Phil Hooker and his colleagues at Rockstar North recently finished the development of “GTA 5” on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Despite demand for a port to other systems like the aforementioned PS4 and Xbox One, Rockstar Games has not yet announced plans for releasing the video game on more platforms.
You can take a look at a batch of screenshots showcasing “GTA 5,” which is expected to come out on Sept. 17, in the slideshow located near the top of this article. You can pre-order the product from Amazon in the following link: “GTA 5”