Announcement of Remasters of Grand Theft Auto Trilogy
Rockstar Games has announced the long-awaited trilogy of Grand Theft Auto remasters: Vice City, San Andreas, and the third part, Grand Theft Auto III.
Ultimately, the project was titled Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. It will be available on the PC, PS4, and PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series, as well as The witch, iOS, and Android platforms. This year, it will be available on consoles and computers; next year, it will be available on mobile.
What Updates Should Players Expect?
While maintaining the spirit of the original projects, the updated Grand Theft Auto will contain visual and gameplay improvements. Due to this, all current versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas will be removed from digital stores by next week.
Furthermore, the developers have announced that, in honor of the release of the trilogy, something new will be added to GTA Online – we can expect thematic surprises.
Estimated Release Date for GTA Remasters
Apparently, remasters will be released this fall – perhaps in late October (when the third part turns 20) or early November. The upcoming release is also signaled by the update of the Rockstar launcher, which included corresponding logos and icons.
Developed on the Unreal Engine, the game will be made by Rockstar Dundee, previously known for Crackdown 2 and Kinect Star Wars, as well as helping create Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Crackdown 3.