Grand Theft Auto V will have a first-person mode on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, announced Rockstar Games.
"We've always been interested in it, but it's never been an option for us," Animation Director Rob Nelson told IGN. "I do not think we could have put it in the [last generation version] because we were too busy doing the game. We were too busy with our third-person controls and missions. "
"We did not have any memory on the old consoles for animations. We constantly quarreled over what we might have and what we could still argue for, as well as other areas where you could get some memory - audio, art, maps - for animation. So we could have added all the atoms to create a first-person mode at the desired level. We were not sure that the world would have done the job we wanted. "
In addition, Rockstar has confirmed that the game will work in 1080p at 30 frames per second on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and in a resolution of up to 4K on PC. There is also a new Rail Gun, note CVG.
Watch a trailer for the first person mode below. Display a new set of screenshots in the gallery. The release of the game is scheduled for November 18 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and for January 27 for PC.