Although Rockstar is currently working on a VR version of GTA San Andreas, owners of the recently released The Definitive Edition Trilogy can enable a WIP VR mode. While this VR mode is buggy, it can at least give you an idea of how these three remasters will look in VR.
All you have to do in order to enable VR in GTA The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is download this mod. Horologium Console mod basically adds Unreal Engine console into the game. Then, launch the game, open the UE console, and type “GTA.VR 1”. And that’s it.
My guess is that Rockstar experimented with this until it decided to work on a standalone VR version of GTA San Andreas. However, it appears that the team forgot to remove the code from the game.
It will be interesting to see whether modders will be able to further improve this unofficial VR mode. Yes, once again, it’s up to modders to fix or improve a broken feature.
There is a debug Unreal command for GTA VR but it looks a little bit unfinished. Maybe it would be cool if they implemented this as a first-person option? It plays pretty well. Gunfights and punching will need tweaking, would be super cool for screenshots! pic.twitter.com/pxq5ivwGOA
— Ben (@videotech_) November 20, 2021
Speaking of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, here are the first HD Texture Packs for it.
Enjoy and stay tuned for more!
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