I am quite new to modding and GTA V itself, so I am a little bit confused on some aspects of modding. One of the things I have heard is that modding an older version of the game is better than a newer version due to issues with newer game versions. Is this true? I only have very recent versions of the game so I can't just downgrade to an older version on my system, and it seems like a lot of work to find an older version of the game. I am just trying to get some replacement car mods to work, but most mods seem incompatible with my current version of the game by either not working at all, or completely just crashing my game after a few minutes. Will more of these car mods work with an older version of the game? If so, I will do whatever I can to get an older version of the game working. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
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Is It Worth Trying To Mod On An Older Game Version Rather Than A New One?
Car Texture Replacement Issues
Hello all, I have started to change in-game car textures but have ran into a few problems. One of my problems is that cars such as "adder" and "ninef" refuse to accept any textures. No matter what textures I use, the model will not change from the original. For Adder, I have tried models that I know 100% work with other cars, but still get nothing. It's not just adder though, so many other cars act the same way. I just got the game a few months ago, so I have a newer version of the game which I think could be causing issues. I am using the standard replace method, which is using OpenIV. Does anyone know why this is happening?