We've seen plenty on how the Xbox Series X and PS5 versions of Grand Theft Auto V stack up, but what about Series S? Initial comparisons showed it needed some work, and now Digital Foundry has weighed in.
And, yep, it looks like they've come to much the same conclusion. The Xbox Series S suffers worse framerate drops than its big brother, but at a much lower resolution. In summary, the outlet says the results are "disappointing".
The Xbox Series S version also lacks features compared to Series X and PS5. There's no ray-tracing of any kind, in fidelity or performance mode, which is a much-touted next-gen feature.
We understand why the Series S can't quite hit the same performance levels in modern games as the Series X - it's much less powerful. However, this is a 2013 game with its roots in Xbox 360-era tech, and we can't help but feel that Rockstar could have squeezed a bit more out of the digital-only Xbox.
How do you think the Series S has fared? Could Rockstar have done more? Let us know below.