The Grand Theft Auto series takes place in a variety of fictional locations, which are often based on real-world locations. Here is a list of some of the main locations from the series, along with some information about each one:
The setting of Grand Theft Auto, Grand Theft Auto III, and Grand Theft Auto IV. The city is based on New York City, and is made up of three main boroughs: Portland, Staunton Island, and Shoreside Vale.
The setting of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. The city is based on Miami, Florida and set in the 1980s, and it is made up of several neighborhoods, including Little Havana, Ocean Beach, and Vice Point.
The setting of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It is a fictional state based on California and Nevada, and it is made up of three main cities: Los Santos (based on Los Angeles), San Fierro (based on San Francisco), and Las Venturas (based on Las Vegas).
The setting of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. Los Santos is a fictional city based on Los Angeles, and it is the largest open-world in any game of the series. It’s composed of various neighborhoods, including Rockford Hills, Del Perro, and Vinewood Hills.
The setting of The Ballad of Gay Tony, a DLC for Grand Theft Auto IV. Alderney is based on the state of New Jersey and it is the smallest of the three boroughs in Liberty City.
It’s located in the borders of Los Santos and San Andreas, it is the main setting of the Grand Theft Auto V and Online. It’s a rural area that features a variety of landscapes including deserts, mountains, and a large lake.
Westdyke, Normandy, Alderney City:
These are small locations that are featured in The Lost and Damned, a DLC for Grand Theft Auto IV. They are located in Liberty City, and are the main setting of the DLC.
These are the main locations in the Grand Theft Auto series, each game takes place in different locations, each location has its own unique atmosphere, culture, and architecture, and it’s filled with many different types of activities, missions, and side quests for players to engage with.