Grand Theft Auto V Receives Another Impressive Graphics Mod

/ 4 years ago

Graphics Mod

It really is getting pretty difficult to keep up with all of these Grand Theft Auto V graphics mods, but the good news is that they are getting better and better each time they pop up on our radar. The newest graphical overhaul mod for GTA V is the best one yet, as it aims to take photorealism to a completely new level. Created by a modder named “Razed,” this project blends ReShade, ENB, VisualSettings and TimeCycle files, and it is based on the VisualV mod. “Razed” worked for more than 400 hours in order to complete it, and the result definitely looks polished.

“Version 2.0 is a complete overhaul of the entire NaturalVision mod and was built on top of the VisualV timecycle. In my opinion, it is by far the most realistic looking GTAV graphics mod currently out there. There were a lot of changes made and you will notice this as you play. The overall color and lighting in v2.0 is very accurate to Los Angeles in real life.”

Before you try out this new NaturalVision mod for Grand Theft Auto V, you should probably have a look at the awesome screenshots that Razed was kind enough to provide. If you’re sold, you can download the mod right here, but keep in mind that you will need to have VisualV installed in order to be able to enjoy it.








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