Grand Theft Auto 5’s next-gen version for the Xbox Series X and PlayStation® 5, to get a new chameleon color shift paint job feature, suggests a leak.
Despite it having been quite a few years, since the release of Grand Theft Auto 5, there is no questioning the fact that the title has impressed a large number of fans. And it continues to gather more and more admirers, on an almost regular basis, bringing more players into its fold.
As a game ages, transition to a newer generation of consoles, seems inevitable. And hence the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced and Expanded Edition for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation® 5.
While a teaser trailer for the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced and Expanded Edition had been released a few months ago, any other information on the upcoming title, still remains scant. Now, thanks to a new data leak, fans will at least be able to see how the paint jobs on their cars will look like, in this refreshed version of their much loved game.
It has been revealed by MrBossFTW that the Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced and Expanded Edition will be getting at least sixteen chameleon color shifting paint jobs. This pearlescent paint will shift the color of the vehicle, depending upon the angle at which the viewer is look at the car from. Moreover, the color will also shift depending upon the current lighting conditions.
The release date for the Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced and Expanded Edition is still a few months away. And it seems that Rockstar Games has only just started experimenting with the shifting color jobs on the car, quite recently. This is because the paint jobs were only recently added to the files that are present in the base file of GTA 5.
Leak Reveals Color Shifting Paint Jobs In Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced & Expanded Edition
The paint jobs discovered by MrBossFTW include Chrome, Monochrome, Chromatic Aberration, Night & Day, The Verlierer, Sprunk Extreme, Vice City, Sunset, Temperature, Synthwave Nights, Four Seasons, The Seven, Maisonette 9 Throwback, Bubblegum, Full Rainbow, Kamen Rider, and It’s Christmas! The intensity of the color shifting, however, varies significantly from one variant to the other.
In the video, MrBossFTW was able to apply these color gradients as their car’s primary color, secondary color as well as trim colors. However, it was pointed out that this would not apply to the interiors of the car. MrBossFTW also pointed out that this paint job would not be affecting the performance of the car. But it still remains to be seen whether Rockstar Games allow this much flexibility or is it just the result of the mod that he is currently using.
Grand Theft Auto 5 Enhanced and Expanded Edition will be releasing in March 2022, for the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation® 5.