Differences between the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of GTA 5/Online?

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  • Differences between the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of GTA 5/Online? unor

    I want to play GTA V and GTA Online, but I don’t have a supported console yet. Now I wonder which console (hence which GTA V version) I should buy (assuming I’m not interested in any other games on these consoles).

    What are the differences between the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 versions?

    I’m not interested in minor graphical differences. Instead:

    • Any gameplay differences? Anything added/missing in one version?
    • Any game mechanics differences? E.g. does the save system work the same?
    • Any performance differences? Is one version running more smoothly?
    • Any online social differences? Ingame (voice) chat, friend lists etc.
    • Is the support the same? E.g. do both version get the same updates, at the same time?
    • And what about the current (and estimated) online player base? Does one version have potentially more online players?

  • Well, for the PlayStation 3 you won't have to install content onto the console because the PS3 uses Blu Ray. I'm an Xbox gamer, but you should probably go with the PS3.

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