The Grand Theft Auto franchise has been top-rated since its inception, as fans worldwide have been loving their games and always awaiting the next installment in the series.
GTA: Vice City pushed the Grand Theft Auto franchise forward in the gaming industry to a new level as gamers very well received it due to its groundbreaking mechanics at the time of its release.
When GTA: Vice City was first released in October 2002, almost 20 years ago, fans clamored for it to be remastered with more up-to-date graphics. Although the game was remastered, it did not live up to the fans’ expectations.
However, a YouTuber named Teaserplays took matters into his own hands by recreating the GTA: Vice City game’s opening scene in Unreal Engine 5, which looks fabulous.
The old fans of the game are transported back in time when they see such an iconic scene from a 20-year-old game recreated in modern-day graphics.
Teaserplays has produced several other breathtaking works in Unreal Engine 5, including the Original God of War Remake, Bully Remake, and Max Payne 2 Remake. These remakes genuinely show us how good Unreal Engine 5 is.
Rockstar is currently working on Grand Theft Auto 6, one of the most anticipated games. We hope that after they are done with the development of Grand Theft Auto 6, they go back to the old titles in the Grand Theft Auto series and do justice to them, unlike the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy.
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