iCEnhancer 4 & RevIVe is a new mode that hits Grand Theft Auto IV sometime in the future, bringing a lot of visual updates.
Originally launched in 2008, Grand Theft Auto IV there was a revolution in GTA series and prepared the foundation for its successor in the case of world gameplay and design. However, twelve years after its release, the game may be a bit outdated in the case of images for those who want to play it for the first time. Fortunately, modders can solve this problem for you.
Hayssam Keilany, one of the moderate veterans who started launching iCEnhancer modes for Grand Theft Auto IV since 2010, is now working on a new version of the update, which aims to bring some improvements to the quality of life of the game, including volumetric fog, improved water effects, new tree patterns, multilayer clouds, high quality reflections, shadows Improved night and other fascinating things.
The mode has been announced with a new trailer showing what the game and its world will look like after applying all the improvements mentioned above. Honestly, the game looks like an 8th generation title with the new mode, especially when you look at reflections, night shadows and new water effects.
iCEnhancer & RevIVe doesn’t have a release date yet, but according to the trailer above, it looks like a lot of work has already been done. However, if you can’t wait, you can download the third version of iCEnhancer released for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV in 2015.
Apparently Hayssam Keilany had another way of GTA IV under development after iCEnhancer 3, but was somehow canceled during development.
As you know, Rockstar doesn’t usually react to modders, especially those who are trying to remaster or remake its old titles. It remains to be seen how Keilany’s new mode will be handled by Rockstar and whether or not there will be copyright action against him.