GTA V, indispensable for gamers, comes to smartphones. Grand Theft Auto 5 returns to Xbox Game Pass, previously available between January and May 2020, on April 8. Only this time, it will be available thanks to cloud support, which allows players to experience the game on their phones and tablets.
Console and cloud games, including Grand Theft Auto 5, will be available on Xbox Game Pass on April 8 for Ultimate subscribers to play the game on mobile devices.
Grand Theft Auto 5, which has a huge fan base worldwide, will be played on mobile devices; It can create significant density on Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass servers. But the company is already thought to be taking precautions. If the addition of Grand Theft Auto 5 to Xbox’s cloud gaming service is successful, other games are said to be added.
Playing GTA V over the cloud is expected to benefit from 1080p image quality, a feature Microsoft tested for Xbox Game Pass last month.
Currently, cloud games played through Game Pass are limited to 720p resolution. Although this is not a problem for small-screen mobile devices, you will definitely notice the details of image quality when playing on the device with a larger screen.
GTA comes to PS5 with new graphics: Here’s the date
Rockstar Games announced the release date for the GTA V Enhanced Edition for PlayStation 5 on March 10. In fact, the team mentioned GTA Online’s advantageous in-game money campaigns in the announcement and accidentally missed their access date to the console.
“There is no change in prices in the GTA’s in-game money gift. The offer is limited to 1,000,000 GTA per person per month. However, this campaign will end with the launch of Grand Theft Auto on PlayStation 5 in the second half of 2021.”
This statement is contained in the last lines of the letter sent by Rockstar. Announcing when their in-game deals would end, the team also revealed the release date of GTA V for PS5. Although there is no concrete date available for now, it seems clear that in the coming months we will finally be able to play the game from the next generation of devices.