The new trailers for the upcoming versions of Grand Theft Auto V on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S are receiving massive disapproval from fans on YouTube.
The new trailers for Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S is being shared on YouTube, following a dissatisfied response to the quality of the enhanced footage and an unconfirmed idea 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 aesthetic improvements and new features.
The trailer also confirmed this GTA V has been delayed on PS5 and Xbox Series X / S. The gates were originally planned to be released in November, but were pushed back to March 2022. The trailer featured the upgraded footage fans can expect on current generation systems, as well as seamless transitions when switching between characters. There is also footage of GTA online, which will receive a standalone version along with the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of GTA V.
The reaction to the current versions of GTA V was, to say the least, unfavorable. A trailer for the PS5 version was uploaded to the PlayStation YouTube channel during the PlayStation Showcase. At the time of writing, the video has 15k likes and 34k likes. The same preview on the Rockstar YouTube channel currently has 24,000 likes and 35,000 likes. The version of the trailer on the official Xbox YouTube channel currently has 1.3k likes and 2.7k likes.
Watch the PlayStation Showcase trailer for the GTA V harbor here.
The reasons for this negative reaction can be seen in the comments on the trailers. Many fans are unhappy about the quality of the footage in the new versions of the game; the upgrade is unfavorably compared to a modified computer 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 exemptions. This has yet to be confirmed by Rockstar, though it still seems more likely. There are also fans waiting impatiently GTA 6 and feel that Rockstar will just keep milking GTA V for years to come.
This is not the first time fans have gathered to show their displeasure during an upcoming match with a wave of disgust on YouTube. The initial trailer for Pokémon united was very popular on YouTube, to the point where The Pokémon Company took it down and reloaded a new one as soon as the mood disappeared. It remains to be seen whether these YouTube channels will do a similar thing for the new trailers GTA V, or if they 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 be released in March 2022 for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S.
Source: PlayStation / YouTube, Rockstar / YouTube, Xbox / YouTube
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