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Someone recreated GTA V’s Los Santos in the new Cities: Skylines game
You have to see the incredibly detailed map to believe it.
Cities: Skylines, the new city-building sim adored by both gamers and critics, is starting to show its true potential.
Yes, the image above isn’t from Grand Theft Auto V, it’s from a city building simulator.
Grockefeller had to use the unlimited money mod because building an entire city is pretty expensive. Going the traditional route and raising money through the game would probably have taken quite a long time.
Grockefeller was kind enough to link to a save file so you can also revisit Los Santos in a city simulator.
Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.