GTA: Vice City & San Andres Were Remade And Looks Incredible!

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Have you ever wondered what GTA: Vice City and San Andres would look like remade with Unreal 5? And no, we aren’t talking about the much-maligned Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy, but, rather, from the ground up remakes that have all the graphical improvements expected of a game released on modern hardware.


GTA: Vice City and San Andres Remade In Unreal Engine 5

We all probably know the power of the new Unreal Engine 5 by now. We had the playable The Matrix Awakens tech demo and now, as developers are getting their hands on the new tech, we are seeing more and more upcoming games revealing just what is possible with the new mighty engine.

All signs point to it being genuinely next-gen, and it has got folk dreaming what some of their famous games would look like on Epic Games software.

In the past several weeks, TeaserPlay, which describes itself as a graphic design studio, has put out a number of videos that reveal what some of the world’s most famous games would look like in the Unreal Engine 5. We’ve had The Last of Us and Max Payne remade and a number of imaged sequels with Bully 2 and The Witcher IV all getting the treatment.

In the San Andres trailer, we can see Grove Street and hear Carl “CJ” Johnson who says “it’s time to go home.”

There is not much in the way of gameplay footage, simply that familiar GTA camera angle to send us dizzy with thoughts of a next-gen San Andres.

The Vice City trailer, which was released yesterday (May 25), takes it a step further. Tommy Carcetti is back now, and we get to see him walk and drive around a sun-baked and neon-lit Miami. It looks great.

Described as concept trailers, fans of the franchise will be devastated to know that both these trailers are simply that, trailers, with no plans to release them as full-fledged games (probably for the best considering the way that Rockstar has started acting with the modding community).

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