GTA San Andreas Unreal Engine 5 Concept Remake

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas gets another Unreal Engine 5 Concept Remake Video

TeaserPlay has released another concept remake video for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in Unreal Engine 5. And, ironically, this fan concept looks way better than the official Definitive Edition of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Now while this looks better than GTA: San Andreas Definitive Edition, it isn’t perfect. For instance, this fan video suffers, once again, from some awful 1fps tree animations. We’ve criticized this in TeaserPlay’s previous GTA 6 concept video, and it puzzles me why this is still an issue. In theory, it should be easy to fix. The lip-syncing is also mediocre, to say the least.

Still, and despite these issues, this fan video is more ambitious than the game’s official remaster. Rockstar dropped the ball with GTA: San Andreas Definitive Edition which, ironically, uses the previous version of Unreal Engine. Which begs the question, what do you prefer? A fan remake video that will never materialize into a full game or a quick cash grab like GTA: San Andreas Definitive Edition?

Anyway, speaking of UE5 fan videos, you may also check out the following ones. TeaserPlay has shared concept fan remakes of Red Dead RevolverFar Cry 7Dark Souls 4Half-Life 2 and Resident Evil 4 RemakeFallout New VegasSilent HillDino CrisisBullyGod of WarAssassin’s Creed InfinityGrand Theft Auto Vice City, Grand Theft Auto 4 and Grand Theft Auto III.


GTA San Andreas Remake - Cinematic Fan Concept Trailer

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