“Would You Play GTA 6 With a 30fps Lock?”: GTA 6 Fans Take a Pause to Wonder on This Latest


Higher visuals truly matter for gamers these days. Imagine running and firing bullets at your opponents in a realistic WW2 battle, when suddenly your game’s visual frames just broke! A true nightmare, isn’t it? That is why popular games like Call of Duty: Warzone to Fortnite try to offer at least 60 FPS for the gameplay. However, Bethesda’s Todd Howard surely made a great buzz about Starfield, when he announced the game’s locked lower FPS. Surprised? If yes, then don’t be! This is because despite some fans complaining about stuttering, the Starfield community was quite pleased with the game’s visuals.

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Now that Starfield’s developers rocked the game with 30 lock FPS, fans wonder whether all upcoming big, budgeted role-playing games can do the same. And given that, Rockstar’s upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6 came as a non-surprising example to the discussion. But does everybody think the same?

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Rockstar’s upcoming title in the Grand Theft Auto franchise is already one of the most-awaited titles while fans are yet to get over their addiction to GTA 5. And as usual, among its many rumors one followed the fans’ anticipation about Grand Theft Auto 6’s frame rates per second. This franchise’s latest release Grand Theft Auto V raised many complaints among gamers regarding the game’s poor performance. Now fans are expecting Rockstar to pay attention to that and offer at least 60 FPS for upcoming GTA titles. But looks like one GTA fan is quite confused about a better FPS for GTA 6-“Would You Play GTA 6 With a 30fps Lock?

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This was also because his 30 FPS Starfield experience was unimaginably good. While it wasn’t brilliant, the feel wasn’t as bad as he thought. If you hardly care about the game’s frame rates per second, don’t worry as the other fans think quite the same. His fan’s query to his friends and followers on Reddit about playing Grand Theft Auto 6 on 30 lock FPS went viral. Not just that, fans kind of expressed how the game’s experience depends on many other things than its FPS rates.

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Fans share how lower FPS rates can’t stop them from playing a game- “30 frames per second aren’t enough to let me stop playing a game I’ve waited for years, but more FPS is always better.” Fans shared how Red Dead Redemption 2 is still one of their favorites despite lower FPS.

Some fans commented how Starfield’s locked 30 FPS ruined their Starfield experience- “Rdr2 is more bearable than Starfield in 30fps. In fact, starfield ruined my eyes after playing it.” Some people were truly hopeful about Rockstar pushing their comfort zone to offer something unique in Grand Theft Auto 6.

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Fans said they can survive GTA 6 in lower FPS like 30 considering they survive GTA V with similar FPS.

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However, they were not ready to be satisfied with lower frame rates per second in the upcoming GTA title.

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While FPS rates have truly become much hot topic of discussion these days, different games perform differently on lower FPS. However, with better FPS, obviously, the experience will be better, only if there are many quick visual frame changes. Therefore, Grand Theft Auto 6’s visual experience with lower FPS can only be said after its release. To date, fans can enjoy Grand Thet Auto 5.

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