Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V Review
Gameplay and plot
The gameplay is based on completing tasks and challenges while exploring the open world. The plot includes stories connected with criminal world elements, the US government, and the entertainment industry. As a player, you have to control the characters to make them solving problems, plan heists, and pull off the dangerous adventures.
In single-player mode, you play Trevor as the main character and set the relationships with side characters. To enhance your gaming experience, try the Grand Theft Auto Online, where up to 30 players can be engaged. This mode has the same gameplay as the classic version, with the Rockstar upgraded content, including modes like Heist and Adversary. The story and dialogs are engaging and funny.
Graphics and the open world
With the suitable hardware and software, you can experience the game in high-resolution quality up to 4k with the 60 fps running. You can customize the display features and settings considering the texture quality, shaders, and so on, including the keyboard and mouse controls.
The world can be customized, as well. Control the density of the population with a slider, as well as the amount of traffic and number of pedestrians. The huge map and the mini-games enrich the gaming experience. The game supports up to three monitors, compatible with the 3D displays, and plug-n-play controllers.
Grand Theft Auto V PC version has standard control features. You can manipulate the character with the keyboard and mouse. For more convenience, you can plug and use the USB controls. The navigation is intuitive and convenient in any mode. The realistic driving feeling is improved in this version of the game. You can feel the shooting on your fingertips as well.
Grand Theft Auto V is the game for players who are dedicated to long-term gaming with numerous quests and plot lines. At the same time, the quality of graphics, sound, and gameplay experience ensure an unforgettable time.
- High-resolution graphics
- Realistic gameplay
- Open-world with various locations
- Engaging plot and interesting dialogs
- Multiplayer and online mode.
- No access to some buildings
- Not many gangs option.