Grand Theft Auto 4 had one of the most revolutionary models in the video game industry, and there's a reason why the Grand Theft Auto 5 modding event benefited that feature. And there it is a few examples of impressive mods as NaturalVision appeared, discussed with the recently released tractor.
NaturalVision Evolved is described by its inventor Razed as a fully functional optical illumination and climate sensor for Grand Theft Auto 5.
The NaturalVision Evolved trailer shows the various features included in the mod release. Lighting features include a global illumination screen, enhanced illumination in the screen area (indicators are enhanced mainly on buildings), and new emitting lights.
Included is the new parallax construction, as well as the "big and large" automotive smoke. Rain has been added as a result of the weather, which is much appreciated by the combination of changes. Together, the mode creates a light and vivid Grand Theft Auto 5 experience.
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NaturalVision Evolved mode was introduced in the new trailer to announce its release. The mod is currently only available on Razed's account on Patreon and requires fans to donate at least $ 10 a month to access the mod.
Razed also makes it clear that NaturalVision Evolved mod supports FiveM, with FiveM being the most popular modem that allows for customized servers for multiplayer management on Grand Theft Auto 5. Custom servers will be able to host the upgraded NaturalVision server which is also enter it with as many as five players.
The NaturalVision that came up is not the first or only artwork out there, but few can handle such an amazing trailer. The way NaturalVision Evolved trailer is able to show examples of attractive light switches and display enhancements is quite unique and amazing. This is one of the reasons that Grand Theft Auto ports in PC games are highly anticipated.
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At the very least, even if Grand Theft Auto 5 players are interested in improving their gameplay with mods, this trailer offers something important: looking at the possibilities. State-of-the-art console hardware and PC graphics cards will be enabled separately to provide the type of light fixture shown by NaturalVision here.
Of course, providing that kind of lighting in a big game like Grand Theft Auto is probably unrealistic. But GTA players can certainly wait.
Grand Theft Auto 5 is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.