In what may be an unfinished VR version of the game, a fan finds a bug fix command that allows them to play GTA: San Andreas in first person.
A player has recently found an error correction command for GTA VR while playing Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. The uploaded video shows the player running around in first person mode in Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.
The video comes from @videotech_ via Twitter. In it, the bug fix menu is implemented and first-person mode becomes active, allowing the player to wander around and even participate in a fist fight in Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. The mode, which is only available on PC, is in a very harsh state as it does not work properly in several cases.
The first is when the player enters a vehicle. The camera retreats to its standard third-person position behind the vehicle. Collision also seems to be an issue as looking down results in looking through the player model. When you try to take part in a fist fight with an NPC, no fists actually come. Despite this, the attacks clearly register. At this point, it is difficult to guess what the intention with this particular condition was. It could have been intended to be a full first-person state like the one seen in Grand Theft Auto 5. It could have been part of a test for an upcoming VR title. Or it could simply have been part of the test. Without a statement from the Grove Street Games, both players and critics are left to wonder.
As one scrolls through the comments, many reveal that this may be part of the future Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas VR title from the developer Video Games Deluxe. While a few wondered that this would be GTA 6 or even Red Dead Redemption 2 in VR, this latest finding gives credibility to the theory that the upcoming title may actually be a VR version of one of the three titles in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.
However, given how bad The final edition has been received, Rockstar may put these plans on hold until this current fire is extinguished. Doubling a re-release of a previous game when the current version is in such a mess would only do further damage to Rockstar’s already suffering reputation. At this point, there are many who are calling for reimbursement and that the company stops remaking, remastering and releasing old titles and instead focuses on support for Red Dead online or Grand Theft Auto 6. No matter what Rockstar decides to do, one can be sure that this is not the last players will hear about anything being discovered in The final edition.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.
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