Latest 'Grand Theft Auto V' mod lets you experience story mode in full VR


Ever wondered what it would be like to experience the crazy story mode of 'Grand Theft Auto V' in first person?

Well, now you don’t have to wonder.

The latest mod available to the third best-selling video game in history will now let you experience the full campaign through your VR headset.

There has been little to no excitement for VR gamers recently, but with 'Half-Life: Alyx' set for release next month, this new mode will certainly be enough to tie you over until then.

It was all made possible by a Reddit user named LukeRoss00. The creator has named the mod R.E.A.L, achieving in what many before had previously tried and failed to do.

Classic VR bugs such as unnecessary zooms, warping and distortion of landscapes have all been abolished in this latest mod.

What more, you get the experience in full! All the famous cutscenes that make the campaign so engaging are included in the mod – not just the playing part.

The great news was announced with this message, as per LADbible: "Great news for those of you who like to play the story missions in VR: I finally came up with a universal FOV fix that also works in cutscenes! No more in-your-face characters, no more camera zooms, no more world warping when you turn your head!!"

Of course, the mod is only available for all you PC gamers out there… sorry console players.


As always, Rockstar – the makers of GTA franchise – have a relaxed attitude when it comes to fans making mods for their game…as long as it is for their offline story mode.

"Rockstar Games believes in reasonable fan creativity, and, in particular, wants creators to showcase their passion for our games," states their support page.

So, you don’t have to worry about you account being banned or anything like that.

Made in 2013, the game remains incredibly well supported and successful. Earlier this month, it was revealed as the best-selling game of the decade in the UK on the Official Ukie Games Charts.

The constant adaptations offline and persistent update/new modes online keep its relevancy intact and will continue to do so for quite some time.

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