Photo credit: Petri Levälahti
Petri Levälahti, an EA Dice employee, previewed what Grand Theft Auto V would look like as Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City, and the results are stunning to say the least. There are actually several mods that you can use to accomplish this, starting with the GrandCyberPunk map mod, which gives you countless hours of things to explore and travel. Next, is Cyberpunk Peds, which lets you minmic the characters you find in 2077. Read more for a video covering all that you need to recreate Night City in GTA V.
Officially released on September 17, 2013, Grand Theft Auto V has come a long way, thanks to countless modders, and the latest one previews what the PS5 as well as Xbox Series X versions could look like. It uses OreoShaman’s Realism Beyond Graphics MOD 1.0.2 and transforms the game into a whole new experience, which could possibly be made better when played in virtual reality. Since both next-generation consoles have ray-tracing capabilities, these graphics shouldn’t be too far off. Read more for the video and additional information.
For those who don’t know, GTA VR is essentially a free third-party mod for Grand Theft Auto V offline compatible with VorpX and the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift to give an enhanced Virtual Reality (VR) experience. There’s support for native head tracking via OpenVR, while the in-game camera has been modified to follow the movements of the head-mounted display (HMD), giving native 1:1 tracking for both rotational and positional head movements without the need for finicky mouse emulation sensitivity tuning. Read more to see what it’s like to play this VR mod with a steering wheel.