GTA 5 NaturalVision Remastered Update Available to Download

Grand Theft Auto 5’s visual mod is getting its final best update, NaturalVision Remastered and is available for download.

The creator of this successful game Razed announced that this update will be the last one due to the big effort and the amount of hours spent, more than 4000 hours to develop this major update. However there will still be small updates to fix bugs or add small changes in the game.

He is planning his next big project for Read Dead Redemption 2 when it will be released on PC. The changes will be based on the players feedback so do not hesitate to report any problem you encounter

Various changes were made to the environmental weathers, lighting system, ambient colors, weapons system, select textures and many others in order to make GTA 5 virtual life similar to Southern California in real. The creator of this project worked on researching Los Angeles and Salton Sea using numerous images and video footage.

The major update fixed the “Hide Weapon Reticle and Damage Overlay”, the bugs from vehicles and their emergency lights and it fixed the street lights that were not working properly at night time. There are new features such as Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, Trash Modifier, Disable Wet Roads Effect and the Weapon Overhaul Pack.

The ENB version now has SSAO, Skylighting and SSIL effects.

He made major improvements when it comes to the weather. The timecycles ExtraSunny, Clear, Foggy, Overcast and Thunder had been updated and it is inspired from RDR 2.

Even the clouds textures are changed and the v_clouds.rpf file is updated, and the clouds will react quicker when the weather is changing.

The creator removed the support for “Darker Nights” and the NVR Lite” and “NVR FPS Boost” versions since they are no longer useful.

Ed Steen

Ed Steen is a reporter for Miami Morning Star. After graduating from University of Florida, Ed got an internship at NPR and worked as a reporter and sound engineer. Ed has also worked as a reporter for SI Magazine. Mark covers entertainment and community events for Miami Morning Star.

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