Selecione uma das seguintes categorias para começar a procurar os mods mais recentes do GTA 5 para PC:
This is awesome, thank you so much for sharing! Do you have plans on adding a pillar or anything?
@gtavjamal directory* great MLO, fantastic! Only complaint is you've got me wanting more now
Really appreciate this. Something I've been meaning to have a go at myself. I see you are working on a 'Noose' one next but please could you also try and do collisions/resident too as It would freshen up GTA V
@eshenk, dude, 'A New GTA' is my favorite mod. Please tell me you are going to update it at some point?
Can't believe I'm complaining that this is free but dude, why are you not charging? Top quality!
@ralph wiggum, vremastered_c_lod.ymap, vremastered_c_7.ymap, forest_s_d_lod.ymap + forest_s_d_5.ymap. Think I only got rid of 4 tree's and their lods in total but a lot less effort than moving the mansion. Speaking of which, I can't get either version of the mansion to load in game, only codewalker :( 5* regardless
Grapeseed is a scaled down version of Bakersfield and neglects the residential areas so I'm really grateful for this. I love adding vegetation and apartments to Sandy Shores but that's based off of Bombay Beach and Salton Sea which are both fairly run down. Can't wait to get on Codewalker and add to this, cheers!
This is a must-have now, I can never go back to vanilla trains, unfortunately, I don't know much about trains so I can't identify which one in particular it is but I'm noticing one of the steam engines I believe, being extremely loud, both the chuffs and whistles whilst i'm in the East Vinewood area. I've had a glance through the files but i'm not sure how i'd go about disabling or changing the volume
Can't test at the minute. Just vanilla vehicles or add-ons too? Great concept regardless
Do you recommend any gameconfig changes? I noticed during the last crash I had was the train passing in Sandy Shores and poolmanager highlighted dummyobjects which was @10k, I usually have it around 40k so i'll see what difference that makes.