The new trailer for GTA 5 for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S It is now the second least-liked video by fans on Rockstar’s YouTube channel, second only to the trailer that reveals that the game would receive a next-gen update.
Performances and live shows often leave viewers a bit disappointed and expect big announcements. Last week’s PlayStation Showcase was anything but. There was something for every PlayStation owner, from God of War: Ragnarok to the first teaser for Spider-Man 2.
There were a few moments of calm, of course. Above all, the first look at the enhanced and expanded edition of GTA 5. The biggest problem with the trailer was not that it revealed that the improved version of the game has been delayed, but that it looks exactly the same as GTA 5 in the last generation. That made the trailer get too many “I do not like it“and those who have a deep aversion to the project have not stopped there.
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Although the trailer still has more than triple the dislikes than the likes, it is also on track to become the Rockstar video with the most dislikes in history. At 116,000 dislikes and counting, it appears to be the second most disliked video on Rockstar’s YouTube channel at this time. In case the studio hasn’t gotten the message yet, the only video with more dislikes than that is the trailer used to originally reveal that a remastering of was in the works. GTA 5 for the new generation of consoles.
GTA 5 was released on PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2013. That means when it hits PS5 and Xbox Series X | S In March 2022, it will be available on three different generations of consoles. Interestingly, Bethesda’s announcement that Skyrim will receive more or less the same treatment was met with memes and jokes rather than the hate Rockstar has been hit with.
As if this were not enough, the trailer for the announcement of GTA 5 uploaded to the PlayStation channel, it has already accumulated more than 124 thousand “I do not like it“, and this only considering the main channel of PlayStation, and not those of other regions, or other consoles. For now, only sales will say what GTA 5 holds in the next-gen.