Grand Theft Auto 5, enjoy Beverly Hills in this new mod

Grand Theft Auto 5, enjoy Beverly Hills in this new mod

Grand Theft Auto 5

Grand Theft Auto 5 has been out for over 10 years now in its PlayStation 3 version and, over time, has made its appearance on all subsequent generations of consoles, up to today. With the next installment in the series still appearing to be in rather early stages of development despite multiple leaks in recent months, many continue to create content for Rockstar Games' open world.

One of them, developed by Adnr Studio, it is the mod L.A. Revo, now in its version 2.0. The content deals, in fact, with revolutionizing the scenario of Grand Theft Auto 5 in order to bring the real places of Beverly Hills within the Rockstar title. As many know, the setting of GTA 5 is freely inspired by Los Angeles and also contains among its areas an area that takes its cue from Beverly Hills.

Thanks to this mod, however, players will be able to enjoy many real environments present in the Beverly Hills metropolitan area. Among these, we find the shops of Rodeo Drive, the iconic Beverly Hills sign, the Sonya Dakar and various other buildings. Among the many examples we find the Ferrari and BMW dealerships whose interiors are freely accessible. Among the accessible places we also find the Beverly Hilton hotel and the LA Fitness gym. All this is accompanied by multiple billboards and royal signs and various shops located on the road to Santa Monica.

The Adnr Studio mod is freely downloadable on Nexus Mod and will certainly be able to give a pleasant revolution to the scenarios of Grand Theft Auto 5 (which you can buy on Amazon). As previously mentioned, however, we will still have to wait a long time before we can get our hands on the new chapter in the GTA series, since Rockstar Games has not yet released any official material related to the game, even if the announcement could be imminent.

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