Vice City's Serbian takes place in an alternate universe where the III and HD era are combined. Liberty City in this universe is the one from GTA III/LCS.
Grand Theft Auto Liberty City StoriesEdit
Toni Cipriani, having been forced into living abroad after killing a made man on the orders of Salvatore Leone, decides to return to Liberty City. Upon arrival Toni is greeted by Salvatore and a member of the Leone family, Vincenzo "Lucky Vinnie" Cilli, who rose to prominence during Toni's absence. Vincenzo is instructed by Salvatore to set Toni up with an apartment and job in Liberty City. Not long after, Toni quits upon the realization that Vincenzo had set up a job designed to ensure Toni would be caught by the police. Toni then begins working with a former member of the rival Sindacco crime family now loyal to Leone, J.D. O'Toole, but this is short-lived as another member of the Leone crime family is ordered to kill O'Toole on the same day he was intended to become a made man within the family.
Grand Theft Auto IIIEdit
In 2001, Claude Speed is betrayed by his girlfriend, Catalina, during a robbery. He then scores a lucky jailbreak after he is arrested, with his trusted partner, 8 Ball. Both of these hoodlums are now in Liberty City, both knowing Catalina is there. But everyone in the city seems to want him dead. He will have to rob, steal, and kill to stay out of serious trouble and take revenge on Catalina.
Grand Theft Auto IVEdit
Niko Bellic, a European immigrant, arrives at Liberty City at the invitation of his cousin Roman, who advertised a fictitious lifestyle in America that included a mansion, exotic sport cars and beautiful promiscuous women. Upon his arrival Niko finds out that everything Roman told him via the Internet was a mere lie. In reality, his cousin runs a slummy taxi depot, thrives in a small one bedroom apartment and is constantly hindered by the presences of greedy debt collectors; and in this case scenario, Niko is Roman's guardian angel. Niko mercilessly hoards away the loan-sharks while the evils of Liberty City begin to surround both of the Bellics, and ugly figures from Niko's past begin to catch up with him. In a city where there is no such thing as peace and sincerity is rare and indistinguishable, Niko Bellic truly ponders the deeper meaning of the American Dream