LSPDFR's Newest Build Sees Public Release


After a damn long bout of silence from the LSPDFR team, they've finally released the public version of their biggest update yet. We've covered and previewed the various new features of build 0.3, which revamps the police precinct, adds (yeah, "adds") the gameplay feature of playing as a criminal, and polishes the arrest mechanic to a shine.

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LSPDFR is the single most elaborate, detailed and highest quality mod currently available for GTA V. It has a full-time dedicated development team constantly working on it, providing a AAA grade experience.

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Los Santos Police Department First Response is a total conversion mod for GTA V, which turns the game into a full fledged police simulator, packed to the brim with realistic features that put any other police role play game to shame. LSPDFR features randomized suspects, vastly improved AI, new mission types, new outfits, interiors, game mechanics, and in-game police radio and compute, and much, much more.

The fact that the team has put so much effort into perfecting this mod, and yet making it available absolutely for free, is commendable. With 0.3, the developers clocked in an extreme amount of hours to get the mod done. Their jobs have not been made easier with Rockstar's relentless crusade to make GTA Online mod-proof, but the team has persevered.

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0.3 has a massive list of features which a new to the update, and that does not even count the improvements of features already in the mod. For the first time, you can customize the units that will arrive on the scene as backup. You can explore the living, breathing Downtown Police Station. Arrests are now interactive, giving you multiple options on how to get it done.

Have any of you guys tried out LSPDFR yet, or are you a vanilla GTA V purist?

Aron Gerencser
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