Grand Theft Auto V was released in 2013. Since then, mobile devices have made leaps and bounds towards, if not PC-level, then console-quality. This is hinted at by the release of Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Resident Evil 8 and Resident Evil 4 on the iPhone 15 Pro.
When Cyberpunk 2077 on Android is launched at 5 FPS on the top gaming smartphone RED MAGIC 7S Pro, mobile gamers spit and consider it nonsense and hell. But once you look at Grand Theft Auto V, you start rooting for CD Projekt RED, not Rockstar Games. The fact is that even on Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 the game manages to run at a maximum of 19 FPS on a high graphics preset, with frequent and severe frame drops. It’s impossible to play this even in single player mode.
To emulate GTA V on Android, Termux-Box was used, that is, this is a PC version, and with Russian localization. The only advantage we can note is the absence of graphic artifacts.
Did you know?
Grand Theft Auto IV runs much better on Android, delivering a smoother picture and 25 FPS.