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The caped crusader and his arsenal of toys are ready to make mayhem in Los Santos.
PC games live on long past their release dates thanks to a dedicated community of modders—people who take a game’s assets and expand upon them, making their creations free for the masses to download.
Project Batman, created by GtaGamer222 and israelsr, also brings in some bat-gear. Not only can you glide around the city donning the cape and cowl, but modders esrohraw and CaptainJack also created multiple batmobile variants, and even the batwing.
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Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.