Grand Theft Auto V for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC come with a host of improvements that make the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4 versions of the game almost look amateurish in design. A highlight of these improvements is a FPS mode that lets you play the game in first-person view. While gamers had the ability to mod their way into a first-person perspective on the PC version of GTA 4, the make-shift mode wasn’t the real deal and always felt clunky. The official GTA 5 first-person support, on the other hand, looks much more seamless, with Rockstar introducing a slew of new mechanisms to the game that make the first-person experience seem as if it was always part of the original design. DON'T MISS: Lindsay Lohan Suing Rockstar Games Over Grand Theft Auto V Likeness GTA 5 first-person mode brings to the action a button that lets you switch between third- and first-person view, a first-person cover system, a new targeting system, a more traditional FPS control scheme, and thousands of new animations. The mode is also available in GTA Online. Watch it in action and let us know what you think: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ValqBCvtQUM?rel=0&showinfo=0&w=700&h=394] In addition to being able to properly experience the game from a first-person perspective, owners of the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC versions of Grand Theft Auto V also get better graphic, including increased draw distance, finer textures, and more activity in Los Santos and surrounding areas. New animals and weapons, as well as an overhauled character selection screen, are also part of the package. While the PlayStation 4, Xbox One version run in 1080p, the PC version gets glorious 4K resolution. Lucky bastards. With GTA 5 first-person support and all the other improvements, it looks like Rockstar Games really went out of it way to make Grand Theft Auto V for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC a solid value proposition. For those who have already experienced the game on the last-gen consoles, will you buy it again? Let us know in the comments.