GTA 6 Xbox Series S performance is already causing concern to gamers

GTA 6 Xbox Series S performance is already causing concern to gamers


GTA 6 Xbox Series S performance is already causing concern to gamers


People who love Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto series may now rest in the knowledge that the sixth entry is on the way. It’s kind of.

This month, Rockstar Games released the first official trailer to GTA VI The trailer was revealed this weekwhich has sent the internet to a frenzy of anticipation. But, players will have to wait patiently for launch. The game will not only be released in 2025, GTA VI coming out in 2025 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|SS, but PC players will need to wait longer until the game’s release.


However many gamers could miss out from GTA VI The game will be unavailable to millions of gamersunless they change their consoles to modern. There are concerns addressed for players who opt to run GTA VI on the Xbox Series S. I’m not saying that it’s bad however, it’s a great console, but the Series S is a fantastic compact console, but when you compare it with the Xbox Series X and PS5 the Series S doesn’t perform as well. In the past, we’ve witnessed some of the games such as Baldur’s Gate 3 being delayed on Xbox because of the limitations of technology on Series S. Series S. Thankfully that isn’t so far. Xbox Series X|S Baldur’s Gate 3 release date is now nigh.

It’s true that GTA VI is likely to differ from the amazing Baldur’s Gate 3, and a few players are worried that the Xbox Series S won’t be capable of running the much sought-after game by Rockstar Games to a decent degree.

“I am curious about how GTA VI can run with Series S,” was the question asked by SeaMachine649, a Redditor. “As we witnessed in the movie trailer, the visual high-quality is astounding. Alan Wake II illustrates how massive downgrades are required for 30fps on Series Sand Series S. I’m worried that GTA VI isn’t stable on launch. I’m not worried about lower resolutions so long as they’re stable 30fps.”

“Rockstar Games has no option other than to make it happen,” claimed an optimistic Capital-Can4210. “I’m sure it’ll be a good thing, but it’ll make the power gap bigger in PS5 and the Series S|X and PS5 substantially.”

“It’ll function as AAA Nintendo Switch games work. Do not expect to see the same fidelity with eyes, faces as well as ray tracer,” claimed Winniethepoohspooh. “Expect GTA VI to be a bit more pixel-perfect than Xbox Series S version of GTA VI to be similar to GTA V on Series S with no bells and bells.”

“Have you ever played the game Cyberpunk 2077 on Series S? GTA VI is perfectly compatible with lower frames rates and resolutions that the Series X,” explained SphereWorshipper. “Microsoft isn’t going to ripaway at a majority of console owners with a new set of specs for S as well as X. In the least, until the next five years, or more, when it’ll likely be talked about in the future as the upcoming series of consoles. I’ve played with Series X, the Series X and a PS5 and Series S. Series S and it’s a highly capable console. It’s true that the differences in games between the two consoles is not much of a difference. It’s not apparent at an eye.”

I hope that, regardless of system of your choice, everybody is able to play Grand Theft Auto VIwhen it comes out on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S by 2025.

GTA 6 Xbox Series S performance is already causing concern to gamers
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