GTA V's Most Groundbreaking Alpha Mod

Here at GTA BOOM we often write about above average mods which we believe are worthy of talking to our readers about. Some are funny, some are useful, some are unique in terms of functionality. Some are just cool to look at. A few, however - a small fraction - are downright groundbreaking.

The mod we're bringing to you today is - almost literally - groundbreaking. This is just the alpha version of something that, when completed, could take GTA V to it's next evolutionary stage. It's also painfully simple.

You can pick shit up and put it somewhere else.


Of course, that sentence is about as accurate a description of the mod as "it sucks stuff in" is an accurate description of a black hole (i.e. it isn't). The World interaction / inventory / prop control mod allows players in GTA V's single player mode to manipulate and handle all kinds of props and objects in a lifelike manner.


While the world of vanilla GTA V is far from static, it sure will seem like it after using this mod. The one thing games haven't nailed down in terms of realism is the ability to interact with literally everything around you. This mod allows you to pick up a chair, and move it slightly. You can push tables, pick up cups.

Can you grab a chair and place it on top of a table in real life? Sure you can (whether or not you should is another matter). Now you can do it in GTA V. Can you move a vending machine provided you're strong enough? Check.


While some mods merely nudge GTA V closer to realism, this one boots the game on it's ass so hard that it flies a good mile in the right direction.

In what other ways would you like to see GTA V become more realistic?

Aron Gerencser
Aron is responsible for the bulk of the news posts that you'll find on GTA BOOM each and every day. He loves getting involved with the community and is an avid fan of all things Rockstar Games. His journey with the franchise began with GTA 2 back when it was new (all the way back in 1999), and he was a gamer even before then. Find Aron on Facebook.