In unsurprising news, Rockstar Games has revealed that the Grand Theft Auto remastered trilogy will be released for modern consoles. The highly popular series is believed to be re-releasing the renowned masterpieces GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas in one package with some new upgrades. We mean ‘aspects of it spilled all over the place when we say ‘heavily rumored.’
Rockstar has officially confirmed that the ‘Definitive Edition’ trilogy will be released for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
We don’t know how far the remastered Grand Theft Auto will go with the graphic overhauls because gameplay footage hasn’t leaked or been officially shown off.
If you’ve never played these titles, they may appear unrefined in comparison to GTA V, yet they revolutionized the open-world game design and impacted the structure of other games that followed.
All of the titles will feature updated gameplay updates and enhanced visuals while maintaining the old games’ appearance and feel.
Additionally, the current versions of the games will be removed from digital platforms next week. That implies the original PS2 games running in HD under emulation with trophy support on PlayStation 4/5, and the 360 version that was badly converted from the smartphone release on Xbox platforms.
So, if you want to get as near to the original experience as possible, or if you’re worried that Rockstar will screw up the remaster, grab the current copies on PlayStation while you still can. In the first half of 2022, these new versions of the trilogy will be released on iOS and Android.