Have you ever wondered what GTA V locations in real life looked like? Well here is your chance to see how amazing the wonderful developers over at RockStar games did while creating the 2013 hit Grand Theft Auto V. As we all know the in game city of Vinewood takes after the real life city of Los Angeles. As LA natives, it was very fun playing through the game and seeing how accurate the in game locations looked compared to the real thing.
We have gone through the game, taken screenshots and have even taken it to the streets to make this list of in-game locations compared to what they look like in real life. In some of the shots in which you can view below, it is even hard to tell which is real and which is taken from the masterpiece known as GTA V.
Please note before scrolling that each of the pictures have been created so that the in game picture is located to the left of your screen while the real life photos are all on the right of the screen. Like stated above these GTA V locations in real life are very accurate and a glimpse of what we can expect in the future of gaming.
Article written and composed by Sarah Spears and Heather Spears
GTA V Locations in Real Life:
Los Santos/Los Angeles Gun Club
The Goodyear Blimp
Vespucci/Venice beach basketball court
Capital Records Building
Vinewood/Hollywood Walk of Fame
Del Perro / Santa Monica Pier (Pacific Park)
Del Perro/ Santa Monica Aquarium
Del Perro / Santa Monica resturant
Del Perro / Santa Monica Farris Wheel
Rockford Plaza/Beverly Center
The Rockford Hotel/The Beverly Hills Hotel
Those Annoying Tour Buses
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre
Palm Springs Dinosaurs
Street Performer of Master Chief on Vinewood/Hollywood Blvd.
Playboy Mansion Grotto
Playboy Mansion front
Bieblys WTF?/Ripley’s Believe it or Not!
Los Santos/Los Angeles Skyline
Vinewood/Hollywood Wax Museum
Palm Springs Windmills