Sunday, May 22nd, 2022

GTA Trilogy seems to include an unfinished VR mode

Rockstar’s recent release of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy seems to include an unfinished VR mode for the game.

As discovered by Eurogamer, Rockstar Intel reporter Ben Walker recently tweeted a video (below) that looks like GTA’s semi-working first-person mode: San Andreas, but marked as a VR option in the back-end menu. “GTAVR has Unreal commands for debugging, but it looks a bit incomplete,” Walker said in a tweet.

“If I implemented this as a first-person option, would it be cool? That would work pretty well. Gunfighting and punching would need some tweaking. It would be very cool as a screenshot!”

Images in VR mode are displayed in the same way as the first-person perspective given in GTA V. As part of the mode’s thread, Walker says that even though the mode is working well Factors such as player clashes that require work..

The mode is currently hidden in the code of the game, so it’s a bit more difficult to access the mode than pressing a button or enabling an option in the game’s menu. If you’re a beginner, you’ll need access to additional in-game mods and debug menus, as Walker points out in the tweet below.

First-person (or VR) mode does provide an exciting addition to the game, but it’s unlikely to be at the top of Rockstar’s priority list since its launch. Publishers recently released the first major patch for the game, as users on many platforms have criticized various bugs throughout the trilogy. According to Rockstar, this should fix a number of notable issues with the title, such as holes in the map and problems with the character model in cutscenes.

GTA: For more information on The Trilogy, check out a review of what we call “three classic games that are flawed, disappointing, and surprisingly rude and an army of many of their fans” on May 10th. Please give me. Or, if you’re currently playing a trilogy and need a review of the best cheat codes available in the series, you can use the handy wiki guide to catch up with what you might have missed. ..

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..