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GTA Online screens show improvements to PS4, Xbox One and PC versions

Rockstar has sent over some new screen for GTA Online on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

In addition, it has also listed all of the changes and enhancements that you can expect in the new version and while we have already touched on many of these, we thought you may want to see the list incase we've missed anything previously.

Check out the screens and the feature list below.

Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC upgrades and enhancements include:

- Seamless integration of new First Person Mode in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online including fully customizable controls, targeting, FOV and more
- New first-person cockpit views for vehicles, with fully re-modeled interiors, including working speedometers, gas dials, radio and instrument panel lighting
- Increased resolution at 1080p at 30fps, 4K compatible for PC
- More than double the draw distance
- New depth of field effects
- High resolution textures
- Over 150 new songs plus new DJ mixes and talk radio
- Dynamically adaptive depth of field
- Increased particle effects quality and number of particle effects rendered on-screen at once
- Improved wind dynamics for clothing, flags, foliage, trees and more
- More realistic fluid dynamics
- Improved weather effects
- Improved damage effects
- Volumetric light pollution
- 3x number of light sources from 360/PS3
- Vehicles from GTA Online Updates now form part of the ambient vehicle population for increased vehicle diversity across the entire world
- Vehicles and weapons from all 11 free GTA Online updates are available in Story Mode from day one
- New land and sea animals
- Animals in the world now have soft fur

Enhancements specifically for Grand Theft Auto Online include:

- Increased player count to 30 players with an additional 2 spectators
- Completely overhauled character creator to allow players a greater range of customization
- Over 120 new props added to the Creator tools for players to use in creating their own content
- Doubled the amount of props allowed in created matches

First Person Mode and GTA Online

The integration of the new first-person mode means players will have the freedom to play GTA Online in either first-person or third person with the ability to seamlessly switch between them on the fly at the touch of a button, both in Free Mode and during matches. In addition, we’ve added the option to toggle match settings to create first-person or third-person only matches, if they choose.

Edited On 07 Nov, 2014

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