This GTA: Vice City 2 Video Hints What the Sequel Could’ve Looked Like


There’s no denying that Unreal Engine 5 can truly deliver some great visuals. Recently, we just saw it being used to make a concept GTA VI video and a proper GTA San Andreas Remastered video. Now, the digital artist that was behind those two videos has given us a concept video on GTA: Vice City 2.

Although it is just 2 minutes long, the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 2 video is a true nostalgia trip. It features Tommy Vercetti and showcases all the fan-favorite places of the game. And just like the previous videos, the digital artist, TeaserPlay, is imagining the videos. So, do not think the video is from Rockstar or official.

A True Nostalgic Dive Into GTA: Vice City 2 Concept Video

If you can recall, GTA: Vice City was originally released in 2022 for the PlayStation 2. And the game was received so well that it became a core part of the Grand Theft Auto franchise. That’s why Rockstar decided to make a remastered version of the game.

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The Grand Theft Auto III and GTA: San Andreas definitive editions came with the release of the GTA: Vice City remastered edition. According to many gamers, this trio is the best entry in the series. But even with Rockstar offering revamped editions, the fans wanted more.

Well, that is where the concept video of GTA: Vice City 2 steps in. It showcases what the game would have been if Rockstar did decide to make it. The video also goes through different nostalgic locations, which had the most contributions to the storyline.

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Now, yes, this video of GTA: Vice City 2 may make you want a real game with Tommy Vercetti living his best life. But, again, this is just a concept video. The game has no existence, and Rockstar might never work on it. But hey, we do have GTA: VI coming up!

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