Rockstar Games hopes you continue to play games on PlayStation 5. The developer revealed today that it will upgrade Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 5. This means that the hole punch simulator will utilize the hardware in Sony’s next-generation console.
It is no surprise that Rockstar is ready to show support for the new console at any time. The studio released Grand Theft Auto 5 (Grand Theft Auto V) on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2013. In 2014, the company subsequently released upgraded versions of Xbox One and PS4. Finally, in 2015, it launched the PC version of the game. Now, it stays in sync with PS5.
For Red Dead Redemption II, it follows a similar pattern. Xbox One and PS4 games came out in 2018. In 2019, Rockstar released the PC version.
Encouraging players to use Rockstar games on new hardware is critical to developers’ current strategies. Although the studio will still produce some of the most luxurious single-player story events in all games, its online multiplayer game mode is increasingly profitable.
Therefore, for Rockstar, it is important that people have reason to buy Grand Theft AutoV with new game consoles. The studio wants to keep players in its multi-player ecosystem.