Boris Vorontsov released the first public beta of his ENBSeries mod for GTA V. It comes with limited functionality, to be used mostly for testing hardware and software compatibility.
For those unfamiliar with the ENBSeries, it is a 3d graphics modification, which modifies render functions calls of games in order to apply additional effects.
Modders are able to apply modern-day effects to GTA V, such as SSAO, SSIL, Depth of Field, Lens FX, Bloom, true HDR, Tone Mapping, Sharpening, Vignette, Sun Rays, Shadows, and Detailed Shadows and Reflections.
The first beta version can be downloaded from here. Boris claims that this version is not configured properly, and players might need to visit its official forum to download some of the configs created by its members.
GTA V players will also be able to edit parameters via the integrated editor (which can be displayed by pressing SHIFT and ENTER keys simultaneously).
YouTube’s member ‘Unreal’ provided a video of the beta version of GTA V ENBSeries, which can be viewed below:
We have recently covered Rockstar's new EULA changes, and the banning of GTA V players who use mods, as well as the company's statement that cosmetic mods are not a bannable offense. Rockstar also appears to be banning the use of single player mods in GTA V too. On a positive note however you can check out how good GTA V looks at 6K.