Renowned YouTuber, iCrazyTeddy, has just revealed a new GTA London Map Expansion Gameplay Mod for GTA 5, with due credit to the gameplay video released by another YouTuber, Madgaz Gaming.
As iCrazyTeddy explains, the gameplay video is based on the top-down view of the map taken from the 1960s version of the GTA expansion pack.
Madgaz Gaming has already made his name with several such Map Expansion Gameplay mods for other games such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, COD: MW3 and COD: Black Ops 1.
Furthermore, it is ascertained that you can install these Mods in GTA Online for free roaming, as they work independently of Rockstar's game servers and hence you will not be banned or penalised for using it with the online version of the game.
However, the GTA community will have to wait a bit longer to get the complete installation tutorial for the same.
Meanwhile, the modders are already working on porting the complete landscapes and terrains from GTA 4 to GTA 5 including large-scale game objects such as The Statue of Liberty, simulation of the Buckingham Palace and so on.
Using one of these mapping mods, avid GTA gamers can now enjoy playing their game in their favourite locales and across serene landscapes, especially if they are bored with the existing mapped places in GTA 5.
In related news, another prolific YouTuber MrBossFTW (aka Ross) has revealed the Mega World Concept Map for the game, in his latest gameplay video for GTA 5.
As Ross admits, the modding community has been churning out a fictional universe with a flurry of these concept maps that run independently of Rockstar's online game servers.
Moving on to the Concept Map for GTA 5, Ross explains that the left-hand bottom part of the map (see video) represents the Los Santos, Mount Chiliad and Blaine County, while a little further away to its right lies the desert and a small city at its core called 'The Los Venturas' (in the game) or the Las Vegas (in real-life).
Besides, one closer look at the map also reveals a tiny little building at the bottom corner, which actually represents the cordoned off section in the game aka Area 51.
The existence of Area 51 also explains the theory behind the advent of Aliens concept and some strange UFOs being sighted in the game at random times and places.
In addition, the Area 51 could have something to do with the Mount Chiliad Murder Mystery and some theory involving a handful of missing people in the game.
Other places of interest include the San Fiero or San Francisco up North and also Oakland which is a cool addition. You can also spot the visually stunning Golden Gate Bridge that connects the mountain ranges as well as city suburbs across San Fiero.
The creator of this concept map suggests that it is eight times the size of the original GTA 5 map from Rockstar, wherein the segregated island masses could actually represent the Hawaiian Islands.
Given the small size of these islands they would be perfect for setting up exotic tiny cities with private helipads, airports and hangars.
There is also a small piece of land mass to the extreme top-right corner of the map, which actually looks like affected by a volcanic eruption.
Further inland to the right, there are three conjoining pieces of islands that could actually represent New Mexico, Arizona or Texas, suggests Ross.
If you are still sceptical, check out the complete map details in the gameplay video below: