GTA San Andreas Map in 1907 – Check Out This Incredibly Detailed Fan-Made Map
How would GTA San Andreas look like in the early years of the 20th century? A creative fan responds with a unique piece of art.
Despite all the great experiences that Rockstar Games brought with Grand Theft Auto 4 and 5, some of the fans still love Grand Theft Auto San Andreas the most. Probably, San Andreas‘s vast open-world map with three big cities and a huge wilderness is one of the major reasons that makes the game an utterly enjoyable experience. But, have you ever dreamed about a San Andreas game set in the early years of the 20th century? A creative fan has put hours of effort into a GTA San Andreas map set in 1907, and the result is incredible.
ProfessorIshirkov, a Reddit user, recently shared a self-made version of the GTA San Andreas map, showing the state of the region in the year 1907. Aside from the gorgeous design elements that give the map an old but fancy look, there so many details in this fan-art that make you believe this is the real state of San Andreas back in the 20th century.
First off, Las Venturas is a small town in the North-East of the map, which means the Cosa Nostra families have yet to start constructing their casinos in the heart of the desert. Since there’s no big city on the northern side of the map, the long San Fierro bridge to Las Venturas does not exist yet. Also, the so-called San Fierro airport is a penitentiary in 1907 on an island apart from the city.
Moving to the southern area, Los Santos is much smaller than its state in 1997. The city barely reaches the bay area, and the interesting part is there’s a railroad on the Los Santos beach, connecting the city to San Fierro.
GTA San Andreas is now available on PC. The game was launched on PS2 and the original Xbox back in 2005, so if you have one of these consoles yet, you can probably find a disk of the game with a little bit of search on the internet. Also, you can play it on Android devices.