Last-Gen Grand Theft Auto: V, to be temporally correct as a delineation, is monumentally 10 times leaps and bounds of what Grand Theft Auto: IV's schematic envisioned. Moreover, in conjunction with the capacities of Last-Gen hardware, albeit the understandable omissions of content, which every game will encompass during its phases of development, Last-Gen Grand Theft Auto: V is a graphical relic, which had an altruistic, Next-Gen calling. To conclude that it pushed the limits is most definitely an understatement, and the validation of that is venturing to any of the many picturesque locations, one of which is the panoramic perspective of Los Santos framed on a night canvas. While I am currently running a Grand Theft Auto: V hiatus in anticipation for the new variant, I can say with an ironclad assurety there were many times where I would concede to the view, step back and be aghast.
I remember commandeering Franklin for the first time and studiously admiring the road that eventually transitioned into the Great Ocean Highway. It was around the vicinity of Dr. Friedlander's house, and I realistically panned left and right, being acquainted with a cluster of motorists, and the overtones of ambiance. Then there were the cosmetic distinctions of the highway every couple of feet, patches and the guardrails. It truly gives you that simulation of realism, especially with the duration of time required to approach Blaine County.
It really is an inexplicable feat for Rockstar. Darn it, if writers block was not prevailing again, I could articulate this more beautifully. Word recidivism; I need to dive deeper. Okay, how about this: albeit the Last-Gen hardware, Rockstar was not eclipsed by limitations and their momentum was not curtailed in the least. Rockstar has an unmalleable consistency with Grand Theft Auto titles and Last-Gen Grand Theft Auto: V pays the strongest testament to just how empirically mind-blowing New-Gen Grand Theft Auto: V is going to be!