Grand Theft Auto 5 Vice City feature

This GTA5 Vice City Remastered vs GTA: Vice City comparison shows how impressive the mod really is

Earlier this month, we informed you about a mod that ported the GTA: Vice City map to Grand Theft Auto 5. And a couple of days ago, Candyland released a comparison video between the original game and the mod. This video shows how impressive and faithful the mod is, so be sure to watch it.

This DLC-sized mod features MLO interiors, bump mapped roads and various buildings, as well as 3D neon models. It also comes with spec mapped windows for proper reflections, brand new models and textures and working traffic lights.

Furthermore, Vice City Remastered features some custom scenarios/missions. As we’ve already said, this is  crucial for such a big mod as it can provide players with new experiences. In other words, this isn’t just a map/level mod of GTA: Vice City.

As we can see below, the modder has used custom textures/assets for a lot of objects and buildings. Also, and thanks to the new engine powering GTA5, there are numerous weather effects that make the city look better than before.

In conclusion, this mod for GTA5 is as close to a Vice City Remaster as we can possibly can. So, if you haven’t downloaded the mod yet, go ahead and do so!

GTA 5 Vice City – Vice Cry Remastered Mod vs. Vice City Original Comparison

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