Grand Theft Auto 5 is still going strong on all platforms including PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The modding community ensures that it stays relevant to current gen gamers even though the multiplayer is no longer active as it used to be.
A new mod has been launched for GTA V named the Los Santos Pride. As the name suggests, it is designed to celebrate the LGBT community with rainbow colors. The entire mod is designed and inspired by the Pride festival in Scandinavia which is one of the largest festivals around the globe.
The official mod files can be downloaded for free from the LosSantosPride.com website. Similar to many such modifications available online, there is no need to pay for this one. The only catch is that you have to know how to install and get it running on the Grand Theft Auto 5 game. Most PC gamers are familiar with installing mods for a title. Games like Fallout 4, Skyrim has some of the best mods around which sometimes adds graphical modifications, new items or simply change the entire game to provide a whole new experience.
The new Los Santos Pride mode for GTA V adds rainbow colored shirts for all characters in the game including Trevor. He proudly flaunts the shirt in the demo video the team has released. It also allows you to customize all characters with plus flags, other bright colored shirts, makeup pros and even vehicle designs. The vehicles can be integrated with rainbow colors so that they sync with the theme of the festival.
Developer of the mod, Sedir Ajeenah said, “I created the Los Santos Pride mod which is a pro-bono project. It doesn’t reap any financial benefits and is designed to simply add something new to the players who love the game. The concept also lets people know what the festival is all about.”
Grand Theft Auto 5 is known to be one of the most violent games where you could practically kill and fight with everyone in the world. However, in order to not offend the people related to the festival and any other, the developers have made it in such a way that the crowd cannot be attacked. There are plenty of flags and banners including one related to Orlando. Allowing players to attack the crowd could remind real life horrific incidents and it is best left untouched.