In July last year, a sophisticated fan trailer appeared on the Internet, which served as a demonstration of what could be achieved in the remake of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Enthusiasts used Unreal Engine 4 for this, which is useful to us today when credible Kotak sources last week confirmed the creation of the remasters of GTA 3, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas using Unreal Engine.
The plan to remaster three classic episodes of a PS2 and Xbox 360-era gangster event explains why Take-Two deleted a trailer from the Internet last summer. Despite being a trailer, she defended herself against copyright infringement. Fortunately, ArcadiaSquad uploaded it to the Internet again.
This video was uploaded on July 10, 2020. It has been removed due to copyright issues and misunderstandings. This project originally paid tribute to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, it was a fan concept of what the game would look like in a modern graphics engine. We have decided to re-upload the video to this channel and we hope that this time such serious measures will no longer be used (given all replicas of similar projects on the Internet), " writes a three-member team under the trailer.
Assets from the original GTA: San Andreas and models and assets from the Unreal Engine Marketplace were used to create the video.
Remasters GTA 3, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas are scheduled for this fall. According to Kotaku server sources, they have to combine new and old graphics. Personally, I don't expect them to reach the quality of a fan trailer, do you?