This GTA V Mod Lets You Become The Flash

Grand Theft Auto V is definitely one of the most popular games when it comes to modding, and there are quite a few mods out there to choose from, some of which improve the game’s graphics while others are more focused on the main characters. A new mod released by “JulioNIB” allows GTA V players to actually become The Flash, which involves access to some pretty cool superpowers such as running really fast, walking on water or auto-healing. It’s worth noting that the mod does require you to have ScripthookVDotNet installed, but this shouldn’t be too much of an inconvenience.

Apart from the Flash costume, you can also download and install the Reverse Flash suit or the Zoom suit, both of which actually look pretty good. Some of the most impressive abilities include a thrown lightning attack, a tornado attack and a supersonic punch attack, all of which can help you to wreak havoc on Los Santos and its unlucky citizens. Below you will find a complete list of features for this new GTA V mod, which you can download right here.

  • Super speed + slow motion (move keys pressed).
  • Bigger super speed + slow motion (move keys + shift pressed).
  • Hyper auto increasing super speed + slow motion (move keys + shift pressed + aim).
  • Slow motion when running can be deactivated in the mod menu.
  • Super jump, bigger speeds = bigger jumps.
  • Wall run, this feature don’t work in some windows because the game don’t respond to the raycasts :(, so, will work in big part of walls, but in some buildings may not work well.
  • Auto healing.
  • Walk over water.
  • Supersonic punch attack (bigger speed = bigger damage).
  • Tornado attack.
  • “Heart Attack” attack.
  • Thrown Lightning attack.
  • Basic melee attacks..
  • Delayed light/blur FX that “follow” player char. when moving
  • Rays that “follow” player when moving.
  • Hijack vehicles, for helicopters you can try to jump close then hold F.
  • Possibility to customize the FX/rays colors in the mod menu, the setting is saved in the actual Suit .ini file.


Pinnacle of V Mod Makes GTA V Look More Realistic

It’s true that early Grand Theft Auto V mods weren’t necessarily breathtaking, but that’s because the modding community was just getting warmed up. As time flew by, modders managed to release increasingly impressive packs for this highly acclaimed title in order to improve its shadows, textures, lighting and miscellaneous visual effects, and nine months after the game’s PC release, we get to enjoy some truly monumental modifications. One of the most popular new mods for GTA V is “Pinnacle of V”, which aims to alter the game’s look completely while providing a series of gameplay enhancements.

These gameplay alterations include more realistic police patrols as well as fewer people on the streets during night hours. The visual improvements are the most noteworthy by far, but it’s worth pointing out that you’ll probably need a fairly powerful PC in order to run this mod without any issues. Recently, a Reddit member named “SeaSloth78” has shared a series of screenshots that show off Pinnacle’s most eye-catching feats. From what I can tell, the game definitely looks more realistic in some shots, but I’m kind of concerned about the seemly exaggerated dark areas and oversaturated colors. In the end, it’s all a matter of personal taste, which is why you should have a look at the following screenshots and decide for yourself if you want to try out this mod or not.

GTA V Mod Will Replace the Game’s Cars with Their Real Counterparts

There is no shortage of Grand Theft Auto V mods, that’s for sure, especially mods that alter the game’s cars. Actually, a dedicated modder has recently showcased two new videos on his “taltigolt” YouTube channel, and these videos showcase his upcoming “Ultimate Vehicle Pack” for GTA V. The pack is ambitious to say the least, as it aims to replace every single car in the game with its real-life counterpart. As you can probably imagine, putting together such a collection is no easy feat, especially since it includes mods created by other people. Even though it’s not available for download just yet, sources indicate that this mod will occupy about 21GB of your disk space, which sounds about right considering the fact that GTA V includes 257 vehicles divided into a total of 22 different types.

The following videos highlight some of the pack’s most impressive cars, and I have to admit that they look quite realistic. Even though I finished the game quite some time ago, I might pick it up once again just to drive around Los Santos in a Grand Cherokee or in a Nissan 370Z. Do you have a favorite GTA V mod, and if you do, does it involve modified cars?

Grand Theft Auto V Mod Aims to Enable Photorealistic Graphics

It’s pouring with Grand Theft Auto V mods out there, and while not all of them deserve to be praised, some have the potential to change the game’s look and feel in a dramatic way. The GTA V mod that caught my attention recently is currently being developed by a Reddit member named “Toddyftw”, and what makes it stand out among other graphics enhancement mods is the fact that it aims to make the game as photorealistic as possible. While Grand Theft Auto V has some pretty impressive standard graphics, there’s definitely room for some improvement as far as realism is concerned.

The mod is probably based on ENBSeries or Reshade, and judging by the images provided by its developer, it will probably need a powerful rig in order to run properly. The screenshots also reveal a slightly dark look, but that’s probably going to change as the mod nears completion. The grass textures, as well as the water puddles, look considerably more detailed and realistic when compared to their original counterparts, and it appears that the lighting effects also received some attention. It’s hard to tell how the mod will look in its final form right now, but hopefully it won’t be too blurry.

Have a look at the screenshots below and make sure to let us know what you think about this GTA V mod.

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Rockstar Bans People Affiliated with the GTA V FiveM Mod

Rockstar doesn’t seem to mind that people are modding the single player version of their Grand Theft Auto V game, but when it comes to multiplayer, things are completely different. Apparently, a particular mod named FiveM caught the eye of the game’s developers, who quickly decided to ban not only the mod’s creator but also anyone affiliated with it. The really bad news is that these bans affect all games that need Social Club to function properly, which means that people affiliated with the FiveM mod for GTA V will not be able to play Max Payne 3, for example.

As for this notorious mod, it allows players to enjoy an advanced multiplayer environment, and it was designed to be used on dedicated servers alongside other user-made mods. In an effort to protect GTA V’s multiplayer mode, Rockstar has banned the mod’s creator, NTAuthority, but it probably went a bit too far when it applied the same treatment to everyone affiliated with FiveM, even to those who were not even a part of its development. As long as these players have not broken the game’s EULA, it makes no sense for Rockstar to restrict their access to other unrelated games. At the time of writing, the company has not released any official comment.

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This Grand Theft Auto V Mod Turns the Game into an RPG

There’s some serious hard work going on in the Grand Theft Auto V modding community right now, and while there are already plenty of unique mods available, this one really caught my interest. Created by LogicSpawn, this GTA V mod transforms the action-adventure game into an RPG that features crafting, skill trees, quests and even dialogue options. After the mod is installed, the player needs to press the Y key in order to activate it.

After a small cinematic sequence, a few choices regarding character development are offered, and then the player can head off to the character creation screen, which offers a plethora of models and outfits. Obviously, you can still play as Michael, Franklin or Trevor if you want to, or you can just go ahead and load up your online character. The mod also includes a few tutorial missions that are meant to familiarize you with the gameplay changes. The minimap provides easy guidance towards merchants and quest givers, many of which offer dialogue options when approached.

The RPG mod for GTA V still needs a bit of work before it can be considered flawless. However, even in its early stages, it dramatically changes the gameplay experience of this incredible game.

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ENBSeries Version 0.273 Mod Been Released for GTA V

Grand Theft Auto V is an amazing game for many reasons. It has incredible graphics, fantastic voice acting and a gameplay that can keep me in front of my screen for hours at a time. Still, as great as the game may be in its original form, there are numerous modders out there that are doing their best to improve it. The game already boasts some fantastic mods, including one that allows the player to join and represent the Los Santos Police Department. However, some of the most anticipated and appreciated mods are usually the ones that enhance the game visually, and this is where ENBSeries shines.

This mod was created by Boris Vorontsov, and it is currently at its 0.273 version. This latest version was presented recently on a YouTube channel named Unreal, and it shows off some of its most important additions. These are mostly based on giving the user the ability to modify the game’s spot and vehicle lights. Tweaking the intensity of the headlights and taillights looks decent enough, but modifying the spot intensity definitely has more potential to enhance the overall gaming experience.

Have you installed any mods for GTA V yet?

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The Los Santos Police Department First Response Mod for GTA V Receives a New Trailer

I love GTA V, but even I have to admit that its main protagonists are not exactly the most respectable citizens in Los Santos. Come to think of it, pretty much all Grand Theft Auto games forced me to play from the perspective of criminals, and while I don’t see anything wrong with that, it would be nice to see the game through the eyes of the good guys every once in a while. Apparently, a team of modders had the same idea when they designed the LSPDFR (Los Santos Police Department First Response) mod for Grand Theft Auto V.

As its name suggests, the mod allows the player to enforce the law in Los Santos, and it aims to deliver the most comprehensive police experience yet for any GTA title. It will include characters and vehicles affiliated with the LSPD, LSSD, SAHP and FIB, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. Until then, the team released a second trailer for the mod, which shows off some of its most important gameplay features. You can check out the trailer below.

What is your favorite Grand Theft Auto V mod so far?

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