Your smartphone (Android, iOS or Windows) can now handle Grand Theft Auto 5, with all the graphical supremacy of the PC over Xbox One or PS4, as well as the PC-only ability to mod GTA V. Here is what you need to do to make your iPhone or Galaxy into a gateway to Los Santos.
Many websites claim that you can download an emulator or some app absolutely for free and that the whole game won’t take more than 1GB of your precious space (Am I the only one who senses scam?) Well GTA5’s code is NOT compatible with iOS or droid. And there is no way in the Universe you can zip 65 gigs of content in 1. Therefore we need a whole different approach.
The latest achievements in the field of cloud computing, Internet speed and remote graphics processing led ApostleMod to create a cloud computing project called Mise En Abyme. MEA is simply a website that hosts virtual Windows desktops. Through the magic of remote desktop, Nvidia GRID cloud GPU and HTML code it is possible to use a gaming PC on a not-so-gaming hardware.
One of the most anticipated features of the PC edition of Grand Theft Auto 5 (and my personal favorite) is the ability to install and make modifications (mods). Here at ApostleMod we’ve been planning to release a few mods for GTA 5 before the game even came out for PC. Our mod will likely be a multiplayer map with a few missions and RPG elements. As for the genre it will be a futuristic cyberpunk world similar to what we made for GTA: San Andreas in 2011.
In the meantime these are some of the very first mods made by the GTA5 community: