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Grand Theft Auto IV: Liberty Visual is a new graphics total overhaul mod, available in Early Access

Modder ‘orangebrains’ has released a new graphics overhaul mod for Grand Theft Auto 4, Grand Theft Auto IV: Liberty Visual. According to the modder, Liberty Visual is a WIP global overhaul for GTA IV aimed at bringing natural and almost photorealistic visuals to the game’s graphics.

This mod will completely rework vanilla timecycle as well as textures and assets without any harm to the game lore. It also packs a lot of different fixes and unique features such as upscaled textures, parallax textures, reworked vehicle materials, extended reflections and shadows, etc.

As said, this graphics mod is available in Early Access. The bad news is that it’s behind a Patreon wall. Thankfully, though, its final version will be free to everyone.

In order to showcase Grand Theft Auto IV: Liberty Visual, orangebrains shared the following screenshots and videos. And, as you will see, the game looks great with it.

Speaking of GTA 4, I also suggest trying the following mod. This one, for instance, restores Grand Theft Auto IV’s multiplayer experience. There is also a cool mod that adds to the game vehicles from 1950-1993. And lastly, there is a 3GB New York City Name-Conversion Mod.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

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Grand Theft Auto IV: Liberty Visual - Early Access Graphics Trailer

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