This week we look at the new updated version of Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation 4.
Another week of our Sunday Screenshots series, where we look at game screenshots... on a Sunday. OK, so if you're in the UK this is actually being published early Monday morning, due to some technical problems I've had here, but if you're in the US it's still Sunday. We're all good.
Last week Matt took us on a tour of GTA V on Xbox 360 via the in-game Snapmatic app. This week we're looking at the PS4 remastering of the game using the console's in-built screenshot function, as well as the Snapmatic app from inside the game. Warning, there are some spoilers in here, probably, so avoid if you're wanting to save yourself for when you play it. Otherwise, have at 'em!
This first series of shots is from the single player game. I took Franklin to Del Perro Beach, to the end of the pier to sample the fairground - I ended up accidentally beating up some folks after they picked a fight with me. I was only trying to take a selfie with them in the background. The police were called, and I was quickly arrested whilst trying to take their photo too. I was going to use a filter, I didn't see the problem. Got out the next day though. #Gangsign.
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These next shots are of Michael taking a trip in a blimp. what better way to see the city than a slow ride through the air inside a giant balloon. I also pressed triangle on the controller by mistake, sending Michael plummeting through the air to his doom - I took some shots though.
The next set below are of my GTA Online character. The character creation process on the new version of GTA Online feels way, way better than the previous version.
Finally, I've also laid out some random shots of GTA V. There are genuinely moments where you have to do a double-take at an image in GTA, as you could swear it's real. Here are a few below, some of which show the reflections off beautifully.
And there you have it, the next gen GTA V Sunday Screenshots lineup. Whilst I didn't get to include Trevor this time, for the simple fact I'm yet to play that far into the game yet, we could end up doing another GTA V Sunday Screenshots article at a later date. There's so much to see and do in this game. Let us know what you think of either the game's boosted graphics, or my terrible photography! Or even fire some ideas at us about which games you would like us to feature in the future.