The Grand Theft Auto game has a mod equivalent to “What if…bu?” called Complex Control.
What it that question includes battle and roguelike royale elements, a century of characters, dozens of superhuman abilities, permadeath, stats, and maybe permanent progression? Would not that improve the game in so many ways that we can’t count them? We might even get some husky decoy dogs to make user aggressors are distracted.
This is what Complex Control is, but we will explain it better for you, so you will understand how interesting this concept is. Maybe it will even become your new passion if you understand it well.
After over 1,500 hours of solo work, Complex Control can transform the singleplayer mode from Grand Theft Auto 5 in the game you have always wanted. The creator, Theaetik, says that the project started to be worked on from late 2016 and it began with the learning of C#. They started with the main idea that they would transform this game into a fully-replayable one with multi-mission bomb defusal and even hostage rescue mod that would simply develop the game in such a way that you can’t say the difference between game and reality. During this project’s development, they started to change the plan.
With 55 unique abilities, 100 idiosyncratic characters, and a whole host of moving parts and in-game systems, we can say that we are pleased with those 1,500 hours of work that were put into the project even though it was not how they said from the beginning.
Now, this is a new some-some compared to the popular Fortnite and PUBG that are now played and are famous among dedicated gamers around the world that get together and play them.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.