GTA 5: the NaturalVision Evolved mod makes us understand how GTA 6 could be

GTA 5: the NaturalVision Evolved mod makes us understand how GTA 6 could be


Presented the latest version of the NaturalVision Evolved mod that improves the graphics of GTA 5 so much that it makes us dream how it could be GTA 6. Razed Mods has been working on it for years now, but with yesterday's presentation it showed the exceptional results achieved in recent times, which literally revolutionize the visual rendering of the Rockstar Games game, for example going far beyond the remastering work done with the versions for state-of-the-art console.

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Not only is the lighting system more realistic, the reflections are better, but even the smallest details have been improved. For example, the detail of the asphalt has reached crazy levels, as has that of the pavements. The night lighting has been enormously enriched, some of the vegetation has been modified, the interiors have been improved, volumetric clouds have been added, compatibility with FiveM has been added, new animated signs have been introduced and, in short, it has been improved the whole game.

NaturalVision Evolved is now available in early access via Razed's Patreon. If you want, however, you can download it for the single player, always in beta, from the official website, where you can also see other images taken from the modded version of GTA 5.

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We’ve been writing about the NaturalVision mod for years, almost as long as Grand Theft Auto V has been out on PC, and each time we revisit the project it continues to amaze.

Originally a mod designed to tweak the game’s graphics a little for more discerning PC users, NaturalVision was overhauled back in 2017 to become NaturalVision Remastered, and development has continued—and made huge advances—ever since.

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Back then I was impressed enough by the cars having more detail and some fancier lighting. my socks are blown clean off. This trailer released earlier today isn’t just a fantastic showcase of everything the mod now offers, but helpfully stops at a few points and makes direct comparisons with the vanilla game, to show you just far and deep some of these modifications run.

Video: IceVip

The sparkling visuals are of course the first and biggest thing on show here, from the lighting effects to increased texture sizes, it’s all absolutely incredible. But I’m also loving some of the stuff that might not be immediately noticeable while playing, but which is still a really nice touch. Like parallax interiors for buildings, meaning that as you walk past or fly over a building, if you can see inside its windows those interiors will shift their perspective to match yours.

The fully-animated signs really make the game come alive, too, especially at night, while changes have also been made to the game’s weather, ambient colour palette, ground textures and vegetation, “in order to blur the line between fantasy and reality.”

If you want to download the Early Access version of the mod as it currently stands, you can get it at the Patreon page of Razed, the leader of the mod’s development. Also, credit where it’s due to Denis ‘IceVip’ Sitarski, who put that very stylish trailer together.