Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Remake Unreal Engine 4

Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Fan Remake in Unreal Engine 4 showcased & looks stunning

GTA fans, here is something for you today. ArcadiaSquad has shared a video, showing what a modern remake of Grand Theft Auto San Andreas could look like in Unreal Engine 4. This team has been working on this project for almost a year, recreating the entire map of GTA: San Andreas.

The end result is stunning, and showcases what a proper remake of Grand Theft Auto San Andreas could look like.

Now the bad news is that this map/level is not available for download. As the team noted, this project was made in order to create machinimas. In other words, this isn’t a fully functional remake of the game itself.

Still, this is one of the best Unreal Engine 4 fan remakes we’ve seen to date. And… well… since it looks so cool, we’ve decided to share it with you.

It’s worth noting that another modder is working on a fully functional GTA: SA Remake in UE4. However, this project is in a really early stage, and nowhere close to completion.

Speaking of Unreal Engine 4 remakes, you may also find interesting the STALKER Remake in Unreal Engine 4 or the The Legend of Zelda Ocarina Of Time Remake in Unreal Engine 4.25. There is also a 3D Sonic fan game using Unreal Engine 4 that you can download. Furthermore, fans are working on a Deus Ex Remake in Unreal Engine 4, and there is a demo that you can download. Let’s also not forget the Dino Crisis Unreal Engine 4 fan remake. Oh, and there is also the Goldeneye 007 Remake in Unreal Engine 4.


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