GTA V was released back in 2013 to a wide variety of platforms, like the PS4, PS3, Xbox, and it was also released for PC after its console release. Since GTA V was also released on a newer console (PS4) that is the successor of the previous gen console (PS3), it raises the question: is it worth purchasing it on an older console?
In this article, we will discuss why the PS3 version of GTA V is worth buying even if you already have the PS4 version. On a side note, this article primarily discusses the PS3 version of GTA V, so if you are looking for information about gta 5 mod menu xbox 360, please refer to our other articles instead. Without further ado, let’s start:
PS3 have the ability to install mods
This is one of the advantages of the PS3 version of GTA V over the PS4 version. On PS4, people who want to install mods have a lot of strict things that must follow, or else they will lose their ability to play with mods. For example, they need to avoid upgrading the firmware of their PS4, and avoid playing GTA V online. The full list of restrictions can be found here in this article: Installing Mods For PS4 – Is It Possible?.
GTA V has a vast single player content
Even though the multiplayer aspect of GTA V for PS3 is no longer being updated, it still has a rich single player campaign that tells the story of three main characters with overarching stories. The offline mode contains about 40 – 50 hours of story missions and side missions, and even more so if you want to just explore whether on foot or on a vehicle on the vast city of Los Santos.