Rockstar Games has dropped a new Grand Theft Auto V trailer, which is looking strikingly similar to the previous versions of it. Along with the new footage, the trailer also reveals it will no longer be launching this November and instead will be dropping in March 2022.

The trailer promised improved graphics, enhanced gameplay and more, but failed to really show any of it in all honesty. It doesn't look massively different to the Xbox One version and doesn't appear to be running at 60fps. Of course, this could all change up until launch, which is now next year, but considering this is intended to market the game, we came away feeling very lukewarm on it all.

The only information we have on the title is this new blurb accompanying the trailer:

Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online will now arrive on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S March 2022, featuring a range of technical and graphical improvements across the entire experience including performance enhancements for select vehicles in GTA Online, and so much more.

The comments on the video haven't been too kind, many disappointed at the lack of new gameplay or details on the enhancements. We'll give Rockstar the benefit of the doubt and hope they're keeping their cards close to their chest, if not then the Xbox Series X|S release isn't promising.

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