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GTA 6 graphics are lightyears ahead of Red Dead Redemption 2

Angharad Redden

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GTA 6 graphics are lightyears ahead of Red Dead Redemption 2

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Thanks to the addition of a new engine, Grand Theft Auto VI is set to be lightyears ahead of previous Rockstar titles such as Red Dead Redemption 2 in terms of graphics.

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Despite no solid release date as of yet, we know Grand Theft Auto VI is currently in development. The sequel to 2013’s Grand Theft Auto V is perhaps one of the most anticipated games of all time and Rockstar is keeping its fans on their toes. With the game set to include some impressive visuals, a new report has detailed just how impressive they will be thanks to the newest instalment being powered by RAGE engine.

See how far graphics have come in a Grand Theft Auto 5 comparison below!

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According to French publication Rockstar Mag, the RAGE engine will be responsible for a significant improvement in both graphics and physics for Grand Theft Auto VI, including improving features such as the passage of time, rendering quality, and AI. We have seen improvements in video games in recent years thanks to the introduction of Unreal Engine 5 but Rockstar is going above and beyond by using engine features that have never been seen before.

The report includes details such as players seeing significant improvements in water physics which will even be affected by the passage of time as well as having links to real world oceans. Additionally, driving and vehicle physics will get an overhaul, meaning we will see more realistic and accurate car gameplay including the addition of accidents that are a bit too true to life. With the addition of realistic physics, we will also see a very detailed weather system. Not only will it be more dynamic, but it will also affect your gameplay in certain areas.

If these new features are to be believed, this will be a drastic improvement on 2018’s Red Dead Redemption 2 which is exciting news considering the Western RPG is still as stunning now as it was five years ago.

Topics: GTA 6, Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games, Red Dead Redemption

Angharad Redden
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