Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says Rockstar can't deliver "a great experience" by "just doing a simple port”
Please... please .. Please rockstar.. just focus your energy and efforts on GTA 6.. I know GTAV is printing non-stop cash for you.. but dont let greed turn you into EA.. you can still remain at the top by just giving us gta 6
I wish they'd tone down the simulator elements a bit in their games and get back to turning out more than one damn game a generation 🙄
Idk hownto feel. The extra time and effort gave us a game like no other with so much to discover. Would you rather have a gta with limitless possibilities or one one with less features, easter eggs and realism?
IMO the more realistic they go, the less possibilities there are. GTAV and especially RDR2 is simulation to the point of hindering. You can't do half the fun things you could in previous R* games, everything is so clumsy and cumbersome, jump buttons are completely useless now, and there's just so many things to roadblock creativity because the world wants to be a reality sim instead
GTA v was really arcadey overall compared to IV but I prefer IV for its realistic driving
gentle reminder that RDR2 was developed by a different studio than GTAV which means it has been 8 years ever since GTA studio released a game.
All of Rockstar’s studios collaborated on RDR2.
Get ready for GTA V 2!
As they should and other game developers as well
Wait, what counts as ports again. Are bringing the same games to each generation not ports?
Those would be ports.
Thats probably why they specified “simple” ports. GTAV was a substantial upgraded and added the first person mode. I imagine they will be making another substantial upgrade on current gen for gta v again to use as a test of their tech. Then again, they have released simple ports like LA Noir too
Gta v was a simple port. I think R* talking about add certain things that werent in the originals like climbing and swimming
Gta v did more from ps3 to ps4 than most recent remasters. You should check out the comparison videos
Ya, GTA V has been a simple port for two generations now. PS3/X360 to PS4/XBO to PS5/XB Series.
Except it wasn't, the graphical upgrade from ps3 to ps4 was a big leap, not a simple port.
@Aussiesummer The graphical upgrade from PS3 to PS4 was done with graphical assets they probably created in high resolution for the PC version. Developers use the same graphical assets across all platforms. Sure there was probably some engine optimization but to call it a large development effort would be a lie. Same with the jump to PS5. Again there are probably improvements, but the PC version was already 4K/60 fps fully on high end hardware years ago.
Maybe not ports exactly but how about a next gen patch for GTA V...just a little mini project.
NO! We're done with gtaV. Remaster San Andreas and Vice city
Or you could create new original content. You wanted new hardware after griping PS4 was powerful enough, so now ya wanna live in the past?
San andreas and rdr1 remakes perhaps?
but you've been doing that for the past 8 years
I want to see a full remaster of the early 3d games badly but I would even be happy with a high resolution version of IV at this stage I've replayed IV recently on PC and if they tweaked the engine a little for modern consoles added some graphical effects it would still be a stunning game at 60fps it's fairly CPU dependent so I can't see it hitting PS4 and X1 but next gen surely will just laugh at it. However there's no real interest in remasters that don't end in a v apparently since that thing still prints more money than Tommy's printworks in vice.
The only way I will buy gtav again is if they bring it out for virtual reality.
Aka we wanna be able to charge you full price for a game you bought years ago lol.
Everyone wanting a gta6 forgetting that the people that made gta a great series are already gone and we keep getting more gta5 content because they lack vision
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