A new update for Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S has added some welcome updates which, while seemingly minor, go a long way in improving the nearly decade-old game. The tweaks, as picked up by Kotaku, introduce the option to turn motion blur off, alongside a number of other quality-of-life changes–and they will likely be coming to PC soon, too.
Update 1.56 comes just over a month after the 2013 game launched for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, alongside a standalone version of GTA Online. The patch includes fixes for the PS4 and Xbox One, but is mostly focused on the new-gen consoles.
The biggest change is a new motion blur slider, allowing players to tone down or completely turn off motion blur, making car gameplay look more crisp and detailed. The ability to customise the game’s motion blur is something fans have requested since the next-gen versions launched, with the effect becoming way more intrusive at higher frame rates.
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