On November 11, the mythical Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) will be available for next generation consoles, the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X. This was confirmed by Rockstar, the game’s developer.
There will be two versions: the classic GTA V and the GTA Online, which will be available the same day, and will allow users to access the online universe without having to first complete the classic campaign. This version will be free for the PlayStation 5 console for three months.
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It is not clear, however, if the classic version will have an update for those who already bought the game (as other studies have done) or if a new license will have to be acquired. PlayStation Plus users on the PS4 will be able to collect $1 million in GTA (in-game currency) at the beginning of each month to spend in GTA Online until this game is available on PS5.
Beyond this, GTA V will bring visual improvements that take advantage of the graphical capacity of the new generation consoles, an obstacle which prevented implementation in the version of the game that was birthed in 2013 for the PS3, and that was later upgraded in 2014 for the PS4 and Xbox One, as well as in 2015 for the PC. It will also bring improvements in usability and performance in general, although Rockstar did not elaborate.
Next-Gen and Realistic Graphics
GTA V which is one of the highest rated video games of all time, and rated by some quarters as the greatest action game already has an excellent reputation for graphic realism, will now look to incredibly improve this.
Many users dream of a version like the one generated by Intel based on artificial intelligence and machine learning that transformed the game into a photorealistic experience.
The development of the original game required an investment of 265 million dollars, which was duly repaid in full as it had a turnover of a billion dollars in the first three days of sales, and since then it has been a money-dispensing release for Rockstar
The company has sold 140 million copies of the game since 2013, and is now preparing a special edition of GTA III for its 20th anniversary, which falls in October this year.
Samsung Unveils Series of Incredibly Flexible And Foldable Devices
On the occasion of Display Week, Samsung Display presented to the world its future vision of the folding screen.
From double folded, to rollable or even transposed on a computer: the world of folding objects makes you dream.
Samsung Display, the display branch of Samsung, held a presentation on the sidelines of Display Week, revealing what will be the future of the South Korean firm in terms of folding screens. This obviously will not be exclusively available on their smartphones, since the company also relies on the PC, a market much patronised in Nigeria.
The presentation video opens with a folding screen concept in the shape of an S. The latter folds twice, allowing you to have a smartphone of an approximately normal size. Unfolded, the model presented seems quite long, allowing the most practical multitasking. In sample video, we see at least three apps put side by side, with a different size for each.
Then, the demonstration focuses on much larger screens, those of PCs. This is first revealed as a laptop entirely made up of a screen. A sort of gigantic tablet up to 17 inches, without a keyboard and which, moreover, seems quite thin. If the connection is not addressed, the expected full functions of a desktop might be limited on this type of device.
Finally comes the turn of a type of “sliding” screen, which seems to be just another version of a roll-up panel, as already seen at Oppo for instance. The smartphone is enlarged a bit, allowing to display additional information – in this sample a message conversation.
On this same video sequence, Samsung also shows us the interconnectivity between all its devices via a sliding movement on the screen to transfer a file from one device of the firm to another.
But Samsung’s vision of the Oled of the future is not only portrayed on folding screens, whether for smartphones or computers. The company also intends to offer front modules placed under the displays. In its presentation video, the company showed that it was planning to do it on its folding PCs – which would therefore not happen immediately. However, it is rumored that the UPC (for Under Pannel Display) could land this year on a Samsung product, the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
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