Rockstar has previewed some of the additional features that will be included in Grand Theft Auto- The Trilogy: Definitive Edition. Rockstar has promised significant aesthetic and gameplay upgrades for the highly anticipated GTA trilogy, despite the fact that the company has yet to show off gameplay or even images. The remaster has been extensively speculated throughout the year, with many guessing on how much effort Rockstar will put into the games. Rockstar unveiled the GTA trilogy on Friday morning with no formal buildup. Some materials and a rating for the collection had leaked before its release, but the developer had mostly ignored it until a teaser trailer was published.
The trilogy is set to be released by the end of 2021, representing a very rapid turnaround from Rockstar. The company is renowned for delaying its games, and given the short window for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy, it’s unclear when the remasters will be available. Rockstar intends to provide more details about the trilogy in the coming weeks, but has revealed some fresh information in a blog post. Rockstar stated in the article that the original versions of the GTA trilogy would be removed from digital retailers and replaced with the remastered trilogy.
The trilogy will also have “across-the-board updates including graphics improvements and current gameplay refinements for all three titles, while keeping the vintage look and feel of the originals,” according to the developer. As of yet, the specifics of these upgrades are unknown, and Rockstar hasn’t said when we may anticipate further information. The developer is almost certainly going to reveal something on October 22, 2021, which is the 20th anniversary of Grand Theft Auto 3. The trilogy is being published to commemorate the franchise’s milestone year, thus a new trailer may be released on that day. The GTA trilogy is reported to be released in November, potentially to fill the vacuum left by the now-delayed remaster of Grand Theft Auto 5.
Previous reliable reports claim that the game will play and look like a modified version of the original titles running on the Unreal Engine. Overall, it appears to be a remaster rather than a complete remake. It remains to be seen whether Rockstar will add new content to the trilogy, but if GTA 6 is set in Vice Metropolis, it’s likely that the developer will leave a clue or two in the neon-drenched city. The Definitive Edition of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy will be available this year for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The game will be available on mobile devices in 2022.
Source: Rockstar Games