- Price: $249.99 (500GB)
- Released: November 22nd, 2013
- Developer: Microsoft
Xbox One Cheats: Choose Your GTA Game
About GTA & Xbox One
Other than GTA 5, other games on the console are GTA 4 and Episodes from Liberty City. We take a closer look at GTA 5 on Xbox One and what to expect.
Content and Resolution
First off, GTA 5 on Xbox One is available on Full-HD. It has better graphics and more content. Some of the additions for returning players include new vehicles such as Imponte Duke O’Death and the Dodo seaplane. Other vehicles include the Cheval Marshall Monster truck. There’s also the high-powered, high-velocity Rain Gun. There’s even a include the Wildlife Photography Challenge that requires a player to catalog the unique animal species scattered across the map to unlock the Kraken Sub.
A player can win a series of new Stock Cars Races, and this allows him/her to earn custom Muscle cars with manufacturer logo. GTA 5 on Xbox On also features thousands of animations and introduces a new targeting system.
GTA 5 runs in 30fps which allow a player to take a close inspection of Los Santos finer details. The texture quality is better on the console too, with a noticeable ramp-up in map resolution.
Apart from the obvious visual overhaul of the game, you can also transfer a GTA Online character to your Xbox One and continue playing with him or her on the Xbox 360 and PS3.
The First Person Mode and Controls
GTA 5 on Xbox One introduces the first person perspective which alters the gameplay significantly. Controls seem to respond more when on this mode. Note that the first person mode is also available in GTA online. Plus, a player can make a choice between free and assisted aim modes. Online players are identified by the setting they opt into. Therefore GTA5 online players play against other free aiming players.
When playing GTA 5 on Xbox One a player may switch between the first and third person modes at the touch of a button. The game also comes with a large number of preset situations. These will automatically turn the camera when a player meets certain conditions.