The mod replaces the Chicken Hawk from GTA V, giving you a soaring, dangerous flying dragon in the contemporary crime drama. Quechus13 posted up a minute long video to showcase the dragon flying around in Los Santos. Check it out below.
Tropical Jamaican music while you fly around as a dragon? Now that’s how you do a video for a GTA V mod.
It doesn’t breath fire but Quechus13 mentions that you might need a script for that. You can download the Skyrim mini-dragon mod right now from over on GTA5-Mods.com.
Now on to a sexier mod… the HQ B-Rims Pack. This is a pack of various hubcaps and rims for your rides in GTA V designed by modder Bayan Asghar.
It contains various rims upscaled to a 4K resolution. He does offer various iterations of the pack at 1080p, 2K, 3K and 4K just in case those of you out there don’t have a PC strong enough to run the mod in its native resolution.
To give you an idea of what the rim mod is like, user Evo_X59 put together a five minute video featuring the new rims being put onto a Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X. Check out the badass video below.
You can’t install the mods from Los Santos Customs because Rockstar, in their infinite wisdom, have made some changes to the updates to make it harder to customize vehicles in GTA V. You will, however, need the Benny’s Motorworks mod and once you install that you can go there and check out the new rim pack under the muscle and tuner options.
You can download the HQ B-Rims Pack #2 from over on GTA5-Mods.com.