Grand Theft Auto V was released in 2005 and players have been debating which version is better. No matter which side you are on, the majority of people agree that the PC version has a few benefits, including the many mods that you can add.

We’ve compiled a list of the top GTA V mods that will make your gameplay more enjoyable.

Super Mario Plumbers

It’s a-me! Get out of the car, before I shoot you!” Mario and his friends made it into Grand Theft Auto V. But, we are still amazed at what Super Mario Plumbers has to offer. You can explore Los Santos with the classic Super Mario Bros. sound effect, as well as beat up pedestrians and speed down the streets. You don’t have to be bored of Mario. The mod also includes Wario, Luigi and Waluigi.

Iron Man Mark 50

Iron Man Mark 50 is an alternative to the planes, rocket launchers, and explosives in Grand Theft Auto V. It is based on the suit Tony Stark wore in Avengers Infinity War. It has enormous wings on the back that transforms you into an aerial weapon capable of hovering above traffic while firing missiles at it. Although we don’t know if Thanos will be angry at you if he meets you on Los Santos streets, you can cause quite a lot of chaos.

Psychokinetic

Since the release of Chronicle, people have wanted to control objects using their minds. The Psychokinetic mod transforms you into a frightening being with telekinetic abilities. The mod allows you to freely float around the city picking up cars and people. You don’t have to worry about whether anyone dies or survives. You can also drop trucks in crowded parking lots to cause huge explosions. If you don’t have enough vehicles, fireballs can be hurled at your “enemies”.

Marlowe Valley Safehouse

The Marlowe Valley Safehouse mod turns Marlowe Valley into a luxurious safehouse that also happens to have an airport and adjacent runway. Marlowe Valley is a safe haven for high-end car owners. It has a garage, a tuning garage, and plenty of parking space. You’ll find a military bunker and an apartment as well as a large garden for parties. You’ll need the Menyoo mod to make it work.

World Improvement

GTA V already looks phenomenal, and even functions as somewhat of a moving portrait when you aren’t around, but World Improvement mod boosts the realism. It is focused on the small details like Rockford Hills’ additional trees. A.I. is also added to the mix. It also adds routines such as police searches in Paleto Forest or car crashes around Los Santos. This mod’s best feature? Los Santos is updated regularly to add small but important details. Los Santos will continue to evolve just like a real place.

Superhot

Superhot’s time-stripping mechanics are now available in GTA V thanks to the Superhot mod. Time stops moving when you stop moving. Although it may seem odd to use this mod in an open-world game such as GTA IV, Superhot feels right at home in close quarters combat. You can turn the mod off when you are done with the game and then resume normal play.

GTA RPG

GTAV is rich and open-world, but it stays relatively linear throughout. GTA V RPG mod adds an unlinear story and skill progression system to make it feel more like Fallout than Grand Theft Auto. You can choose from three different character classes. You can upgrade your character and weapons as you go through the missions. You can even have dialogue trees with NPCs and random loot and items.

The Red House

If you find that replaying single-player missions is growing stale, The Red House mod features an abundance of new content to stave off boredom. This mod adds over 20 missions to the game. It even includes a new heist. NPC bodyguards can be added to some missions to help you in your quests. The “Blue House” update added stealth-oriented missions. The mission variety is solid and well worth your effort.

Map Editor

With this GTA V map editor, your wishes are your command. You can place cars, ramps and animals in Los Santos using the free-roaming camera. Then, jump in and start playing with your creations. This robust tool has many options. But it is intuitive and easy to use.

Endeavor Menu

The Endeavor mod gives you a well-designed debug menu, with the power to summon any asset from the game whenever you want, turning Los Santos into your personal playground. You can toggle it on to make any vehicle, gun or item appear in front of you. You can also raise your character to maximum stats and eliminate police officers from the game. It also has some bizarre aspects, such as the ability to drive across the water or to shoot cash with your gun.

Pedestrian Riot

GTA San Andreas used a trick to make pedestrians crazy. It was quite funny to see. Predictably, an intrepid modder has gone out of his way to re-create that experience as Pedestrian Riot. You can make everyone insane and create chaos wherever you go with a simple switch. You should be aware that the mod also gives them weapons.

Modification of the field-of-view

GTAV now offers a first-person mode for the first time in series history. Rockstar spent a lot of time making this work like a first-person shooter. However, dynamic field-of-view adjustment was something they didn’t consider. Some players feel claustrophobic and others are motion sick because the default FOV is too narrow. With this field-of-view mod, you can change the FOV to whatever setting is comfortable for you.

Bodyguard Menu

You don’t have to do it all alone when you have a team behind you. This bodyguard mod can spawn a variety of NPCs who will follow you around and assist you in whatever you’re doing. You can either command them to do your bidding or simply stand in formation looking tough. You can have up to seven bodyguards following you. However, you still have the ability to spawn additional. It can be quite a riot to create an army after you have earned a 4-star rating with the police.