Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S in March 2022, and even fans of the game aren’t incredibly thrilled. As fun as playing the same title for the past eight years has been, the community is ready for something new. A new trailer for the updated title was shown in September and was subsequently met with a flood of dislikes. At first, many thought it was because the ports had been delayed, but upon closer inspection, it had more to do with Rockstar rereleasing the game yet again. After all, Grand Theft Auto V was initially released way back in 2013 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox One, making this the third generation of consoles getting the same game.
As beloved as the game is, it will take something special for fans to purchase it again. Are cool paint jobs enough?
A recent data leak courtesy of MrBossFTW has revealed at least 16 new chameleon paint jobs available in Grand Theft Auto V‘s Enhanced and Expanded Edition, with the colors shifting depending on the viewing angle and lighting conditions. Those who will be purchasing the game again still have a few months to wait before they can snag these customizations, though it looks like Rockstar is testing them out ahead of time, as these paint jobs have just been added to the base version of GTA 5.
The paint jobs discovered include Monochrome, Chrome, Chromatic Aberration, The Verlierer, Night & Day, Sprunk Extreme, Sunset, Vice City, Temperature, Synthwave Nights, Four Seasons, The Seven, Maisonette 9 Throwback, Full Rainbow, Bubblegum, It’s Christmas, and Kamen Rider. It seems like these can be applied as the base, secondary, or trim colors, although it’s unclear whether Rockstar will include this much flexibility when the game releases in March.
If you’re ready for Grand Theft Auto 6, you might be waiting a while. The title is reportedly in development hell, which comes as no surprise.