Maps, represent and depict regions in the GTA Series to enable the player to navigate smoothly throughout the game without getting lost or loosing direction. The maps show the geographic location of the setting of the game and play a vital role in traveling to Missions or evading the police Wanted Level. Every GTA game has had a map which varies in clairity and size. Below is a list of every Game Map in the GTA Series.
Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961Game: Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 Location: Manchester Description:
GTA IIIGame: GTA III Location: Liberty City Description:
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Game: Grand Theft Auto:San Andreas Location: San Andreas Description: The GTA SA map depicts the State of San Andreas. The map itself is the lagest map in the GTA III Era and was the largest in the entire series until Grand Theft Auto V. What makes this game map so unique is that it hold three major cities with airports, various small towns and massive mountains with a seeminly endless wilderness. The map allows the player to zoom into locations as well as set a destination to travel to. The vast San Andreas Highway System links the cities and towns as it criss crosses across the rugged state. The map also contains the largest amount of wild forestin in any GTA game after GTA V.
Landmarks and Cities
Grand Theft Auto IV
Game: Grand Theft Auto IV Location: Liberty City Description: The entire map is mostly urban with the exception of only a handfull of city parks, the most noteable being Middle Park. The natural geography has been hidden away by the urban city except for the a few natural shorlines that still remain untouched. Instead of mountains defining the skyline like in GTA SA, it is skyscrappers such as Rotterdam Tower. The overall map is presented in black and white in the game and offers a navigational system that highlights a route to a location.