Grand Theft Auto 5 looks gorgeous in 8K with Ray Tracing Reshade & Mods
Digital Dreams shared a new video, showcasing Grand Theft Auto 5 running in 8K on an NVIDIA RTX 3090. Along with the QuantV and GTA5 Real Life packs, Digital Dreams also used Ray Tracing Reshade to enhance the game’s visuals. final is what we expected from a new remaster of GTA5 for current generation systems.
Now the good news is that QuantV is available for free, and you can download it from here. As for Raytracing Reshade, you can access it by supporting Pascal “Marty McFly” Gilcher on Patreon. GTA5 Real Life Pack adds real cars and items so you can skip this mod.
Since we don’t expect to see Grand Theft Auto 6 anytime soon, it’s nice to have these graphics mods. And, to be fair, these mods may very well provide a better experience than what next-gen console gamers will get. GTA 5 will arrive on Xbox Series X and PS5 on November 11. And while Rockstar claims it will have some new features, I’m not expecting much from them. Do not mistake yourself. It will be great if Rockstar adds native ray tracing support for shadows, global illumination, and ambient occlusion. However, and at least for now, the team hasn’t announced any RT effects for these upcoming releases.
Speaking of GTA 5, you might want to try Grand Theft Auto 5 Remake Mod. There are also many mods that add characters from other franchises. For example, there is a Grand Theft Auto 5 Marvel Thanos Endgame mod. There is also a PS4 Marvel Spider-Man mod. Additionally, you can find Predator Mod, Magneto X-men Mod, Hulk Mod. You can also find a Dragon Ball mod, Flash mod, Green Goblin mod, Superman mod, and Ghostrider mod.