Grand Theft Auto Triology from the Rockstar Games made for consoles will arrive this year the game developers have announced Grand Theft Auto remastered trilogy is coming to modern consoles. Whie there is no exact date for the release has been given, the statement said “later this year”.
To begin with it will be available on consoles (Sony PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switchand) and PC (via the Rockstar Launcher.
According to the gaming community rumours is that the hugely popular series would re-release the iconic classics GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas in one package with some modern enhancements. And by ‘heavily rumoured’ we mean ‘aspects of it leaked all over the place’.
Grand Theft Auto Remastered Triology will arrive later this year!!!
Rockstar has made an official announcement now, confirming the ‘Definitive Edition’ of the Grand Theft Auto trilogy is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
All the games in Grand Theft Auto Triology will have modern gameplay enhancements and improved visuals, but still maintain the look and feel of the original games.
Annoyingly, the only thing that hasn’t leaked or been officially shown off is gameplay footage, so we don’t know how far these remasters will go with the visual overhauls. Still, Grand Theft Auto on Switch!
Fans page of Grand Theft Auto Triology says it will be available in March 2022
The fan page said
TAV and GTA Online for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S – Coming March 2022
Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online will now arrive on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S March 2022.
Featuring a range of technical and graphical improvements across the entire experience including performance enhancements for select vehicles in GTA Online, and so much more.
As an additional note, next week will see the removal of the current versions of the games from digital platforms. On PlayStation 4/5, that means the original PS2 versions running in HD under emulation with trophy support, and on Xbox consoles it’s the 360 version that was (poorly) converted from the smartphone release.
Rockstar is celebrating the 20th anniversary of GTA III with events marking the anniversary in GTA Online. Back when GTA III was released in October 2001 for PlayStation 2, the game was criticized by some for its criminal content because players would run prostitutes, sell drugs, commit murder and, obviously, steal cars.