GTA 5 – sales exceeded 100 million copies!

Grand Theft Auto V has surpassed the milestone of 100 million units sold. The company Rockstar Games' smash success is only the third game in history to achieve such a feat.

Grand Theft Auto V has surpassed the milestone of 100 million units sold. The company Rockstar Games’ smash success is only the third game in history to achieve such a feat.

Grand Theft Auto V has sold more than 100 million copies, according to Take-Two Interactive. It is only the third game in history to accomplish this feat.

Minecraft, with more than 150 million copies sold, is the market leader in terms of sales (452 million only on mobile devices). GTA V, on the other hand, made more money since the game is more costly, and GTA Online features a sophisticated micropayment mechanism.

To refresh your memory, Grand Theft Auto V was released in 2013. It was initially only available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One a year later, while PC users were able to play in 2015.

The game’s network feature, in the form of GTA Online, is vital to the game’s continued success. It proved to be so successful that the game’s creators chose to focus on the game’s development rather than plot DLCs following the first release.

Last month, Rockstar Games released Red Dead Redemption II, but Take-Two Interactive maintains that this does not imply that GTA Online will be abandoned. It will be upgraded and expanded further, offering fresh material to the gamers. Both titles, according to the publisher, can readily coexist on the market without causing each other harm.

The decision to keep working on GTA Online is unsurprising, given that the first quarter of this year was the greatest in the project’s history.

NaturalVision Remastered, a new version of GTA 5’s photorealistic feature, is now available.

NaturalVision Remastered has a new version that was released on the internet. It is one of Grand Theft Auto V’s greatest graphical options. Unfortunately, as the developer of this mode stated, this is the final large-scale upgrade.

Grand Theft Auto V has sold more than 100 million copies, according to Take-Two Interactive. It is only the third game in history to accomplish this feat.

NaturalVision is one of Grand Theft Auto V’s most popular and effective graphics options. Its initial version was built using the VisualV platform (and it also required it for proper work). It first aired two years ago. The Remastered version was published less than a year later, and it was a complete remake of the modification. It was well accepted by the community, and the creator, who goes by the moniker Razed, did not rest on his laurels and kept working. NaturalVision Remastered was updated as a consequence of this effort, and it was released on October 24th.

What’s more, while the installation of the prior VisualV modification is not needed, it is highly encouraged.

The list of modifications and additions made by each new edition of NaturalVision Remastered may be very impressive. Most importantly, Razed enhanced weather effects like as clouds, lightning, and puddles after rain, as well as fixing a number of bugs (read more about this here). He also included numerous new features, such as the replacement of several weapon models, brighter rear lights in automobiles, and the ability to eliminate the wet effect on the road. You may switch them on and off at will, all to ensure that the player can customise the game’s look to his or her liking.

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