HRT Pack 1.3: Enhanced Edition — is a modification which improves game graphics by replacing old textures for better quality. Main textures of Las Venturas, Los Santos, San Fierro and some parts of the countryside have been reworked.
HRT Pack 1.3: Enhanced Edition, global texture modification for GTA: San Andreas, now available for download from Mod DB in two versions — with automatic and with manual installation.
HRT Pack 1.3: Enhanced Edition with auto installation:
HRT Pack 1.3: Enhanced Edition with manual installation:
About the mod
First version of HRT Pack modification was released in 2010 (I collected all my mini-mods that changes textures in one pack, hence the name); that was released a few new versions... In 2011 I started work on completely new version — HRT 1.4 (not HRT Pack, just HRT), this mod creates entirely from scratch and on the completely new level of quality. Along with start working on HRT 1.4 was released enhanced version of old-gen mod — HRT Pack 1.3: Enhanced Edition. The mod is still interesting and allows many to brighten up the gameplay of the San Andreas.
About HRT 1.4
A brand new version that creates entirely from scratch — HRT 1.4 (from the old version was only a part of the name, also to show the evolution, it was decided to continue the numbering) in the developing more than a two years.
Aspiration to preserve the original style and mood of the game distinguishes this mod from other mods; all textures in HRT 1.4 are maximum similar to the original but made in high definition and high quality. In HRT 1.4 not only textures are replacing, but also and models.
Mod will be released in this year. [Mod will be released in 2016 — edited.]
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