Grand Theft Auto V already made quite the splash when it arrived on older consoles back in 2013 and went on to become the biggest-selling game the franchise had ever seen.
But Rockstar wasn't done with GTV V yet, gearing up for a release on the PS4 and Xbox One - as well as a long delayed debut on PC. And while the developers could have just thrown out a slightly prettier update that would have still made millions, it actually seems like they've put a huge amount of work into creating the definitive version of GTA V.
So you get things like massively improved detail in the world - including enhanced weather effects and new species of fauna flitting around for you to maim with a car and even more radio stations. But that's not all, you'll also be able to play the game in the first person perspective.
That doesn't mean they've just shifted the camera a little bit lower, the entire game has been rebuilt to play like a first peson shooter, including new animations, improved interactions with NPC's and they've only gone and rendered the interior of each car in loving details.
Here's a frankly stupendous trailer.
Honestly, as someone who has never massively enjoyed the GTA series (yes there's a chance my brain is broken) I can't wait to dive into this version of the world. It completely changes the game and attention to detail from Rockstaris damn near incredible.
Interestingly enough, this will mark the first ever first person perspective release for the Rockstar crew. And fear not, you can play the game in third person as well, or a mixture of the two for maximum freedom.
Grand Theft Auto V comes to PS4 and Xbox One on the 18th of November 2014.