The brilliant ’80s world of GTA Vice City has been recreated in Grand Theft Tự động hóa 5 thanks to this PC mod.
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By Matthew Byrd | January 6, 2020 | | Comments count:0
An ambitious Grand Theft Tự động hóa mod brings the world of Vice City to Grand Theft Tự động hóa V.
This potentially great news comes with a bit of a disclaimer. This mod is not a port of the full GTA: Vice City game running in the GTA V engine. That means that you won’t get the original game’s missions and various story beats. Some new missions are being added to the map as part of the mod, but the point of the matter is that this isn’t a proper remake of the original Vice City game.
What it is, though, is a way to cruise around the Vice City map while enjoying GTA V‘s still fairly impressive visual flairs. This is a complete recreation of GTA Vice City‘s open-world, which may not be quite as large as you remember it being, but it’s still one of the most memorable corners of the GTA universe.
This mod is treated lượt thích DLC by the base game in terms of how it’s loaded into the base experience, and you’ll, naturally, only be able to enjoy it via the PC version of GTA V. That means that anyone who may have recently downloaded GTA V via the console version of Xbox trò chơi Pass won’t be able to enjoy this mod and the various ways it subtly improves and modernizes the original GTA: Vice City map.
We’re actually a little surprised that Rockstar never officially released anything similar to this. Granted, they’ve made it clear that they’re mostly working on DLC for GTA Trực tuyến and Red Dead Redemption 2‘s trực tuyến mode, but even the ability to drive around some classic GTA maps updated with the help fo the GTA V engine would appeal to the millions of GTA fans who play GTA V to this day.
Then again, there are always those rumors that suggest GTA VI will take place in Vice City, but we highly recommend that you take any GTA VI rumors with a grain of salt until further notice.
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