The new video from a fan of the Grand Theft Auto San Andreas remake compares his visuals to the original version of the game.
A version from the Rockstar̵7;s fan-remake Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was developed by a group of modders, and although it won’t be available for download as a functional mode, it’s good that the game looks beautiful in Unreal Engine 4.
ArcadiaSquad is a team of passionate modders who have put a lot of effort into rebuilding the map of GTA San Andreas with modern visuals for machinima purposes. Unfortunately, the remake is not a functional mode, which means it will never be launched on any platform. That said, it’s still fun to see how they’ve added so many incredible details to a popular 6th gen title.
The video was already shared by the team after the remake project, but Take-Two Interactive closed the video due to copyright issues. The video above has been shared by a different YouTube channel with a fake title, introducing the game as a remake for PS5, which is definitely wrong.
Originally launched in 2004, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is one of the largest open-world games in the history of all-time video games, setting new standards for its genre. Personally, it’s my favorite GTA revenue so far, and I don’t think it will change in the future. For the first time in the series, GTA San Andreas delivered three different cities representing Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas, three important cities on the west side of the United States.
Apart from its large world, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas experienced an incredibly successful launch on consoles and PC. According to a report from Kotaku, the game reached 27.5 million copies of global sales worldwide. More than 70% of sales are related to the PlayStation 2 version of the game, which it did San Andreas the best-selling console game during its life cycle.
Rockstar Games is currently working on the next entry of the program GTA series, and according to rumors, is in the early stages of development.