The patch also includes minor fixes for all console versions of the game.
It shouldn’t take many by surprise when I tell you that, objectively, GTA V is without a doubt one of the most important titles of the last decade. And it’s been almost 10 years (gosh, I feel like I’ve just gotten a gray hair) since its launch and it continues to this day to be crowned at the top of the top sales week in and week out.
GTA V for PS5 and Xbox Series adds a motion blur slider in the latest patch
- The last version of the game to reach the shelves has been that of the current generation of consoles: PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. 👀
- This is the edition that is closest to the PC one, which, as we know, is usually the most complete due to the characteristics of the platform compared to consoles. ✌
- However, until now the console version was missing an option in the settings that I think is crucial and that many players have been fervently asking Rockstar for. 🤞
- I’m talking, of course, about a slider to adjust the level of motion blur in the game. 👍
- For those of you who don’t know, motion blur is essentially the blurring that the game does when you move the camera. ✅
- There are many people who find this dizzy and usually lower it to practically zero or directly deactivate it. I have to say that it is my case. 💀
- Maybe it loses some realism, but my stomach appreciates it. 👍
- In addition, the patch adds the occasional small fix in all versions of GTA V on console. If you’re interested in seeing the full 1.56 patch notes you can find them right here. 👌