The new trailers for the upcoming releases of Grand Theft Auto V on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S are garnering massive aversion from fans on YouTube.
The new trailers for Grand Theft Auto V to Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X / S are rated on YouTube, following a dissatisfied response to the quality of the improved visuals, and an unconfirmed notion that the games will be full-price releases. The PS5 version of GTA V was shown during the PlayStation Showcase, with a trailer outlining some of the cosmetic upgrades and new features.
The trailer also confirmed that GTA V was delayed on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S. Ports were originally slated for release in November, but were pushed back to March 2022. The trailer showed the improved visuals fans can expect on current-gen systems, as well as seamless transitions when switching between characters. There were also images of GTA online, which is expected to receive a standalone version alongside the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of GTA V.
The answer to current generation versions of GTA V has been unfavorable to say the least. A trailer for the PS5 version has been uploaded to the Playstation YouTube channel during the PlayStation Showcase. At the time of writing, the video has 15,000 likes and 34,000 dislikes. The same trailer on the Rock star The YouTube channel currently has 24,000 likes and 35,000 dislikes. The version of the trailer on the official website Xbox The YouTube channel currently has 1.3k likes and 2.7k dislikes.
The reasons for this negative response can be seen in the trailer comments. Many fans are dissatisfied with the quality of the visuals of the new versions of the game; the upgrade is compared unfavorably to a modified PC version of the game. There are also many people who believe that the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of GTA V will be full price versions. This has yet to be confirmed by Rockstar, although it seems more and more likely. There are also fans who are eagerly awaiting GTA 6 and I feel that Rockstar will keep on milking GTA V for the coming years.
This isn’t the first time fans have come together to show their displeasure at an upcoming game with a wave of disgust on YouTube. The initial trailer for Pokemon unite was hated heavily on YouTube, to the point where The Pokémon Company pulled it down and re-uploaded a new one, once the anger died down. It remains to be seen if these YouTube channels will do the same for the new trailers of GTA V, or if they will have enough confidence in the popularity of the game to ignore the dislikes.
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Grand Theft Auto V is available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC, and it will launch on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S in March 2022.
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