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Grand Theft Auto remaster gameplay footage leaks online

Gameplay footage from Rockstar’s upcoming remaster of its PS2-era Grand Theft Auto trilogy has appeared online, after gameplay footage was apparently uploaded from early copies. VGC has collected together three YouTube uploads and one Reddit post, which between them present over an hour of footage of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice Metropolis, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Though Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Version is simply someday away from launch, Rockstar hasn’t shared any substantial gameplay footage from the remastered video games. A trailer released last month targeted nearly completely on cutscenes from the three video games relatively than the gameplay enhancements Rockstar is promising for the virtually two-decade-old trilogy.

However these leaked gameplay clips give a a lot better thought of how these remasters will truly play. They showcase the video games’ new weapon choice wheel UI, which they’ve inherited from later GTA video games, and provides an thought of how the Grand Theft Auto V-inspired controls truly work in observe. One of many Vice Metropolis clips seems to incorporate footage of the participant activating a cheat code and spawning in a tank (test it out from roughly the 16:10 mark beneath).

Different promised enhancements embrace overhauled graphics, higher navigation through the video games’ mini maps, and trendy high quality of life options like Achievements and Trophies on Xbox and PlayStation respectively. On Change the sport will function motion-controlled aiming and touchscreen controls, and on PC the video games might be suitable with Nvidia’s DLSS tech.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy — The Definitive Version will formally launch digitally tomorrow, November eleventh, for $59.99 (£54.99) and might be accessible for Nintendo Change, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and newer Collection X/S consoles, and PC through the Rockstar Video games Launcher. A bodily launch is approaching December seventh, whereas iOS and Android variations are launching within the first half of subsequent yr.

After publication of our preliminary story, Rockstar launched three official in-game screenshots of the remasters which additionally showcase their person interfaces and the brand new weapon-select wheel. The corporate additionally confirmed that the video games will embrace over 200 songs throughout 29 radio stations between the three video games. Sadly there’s no signal of the over half a dozen songs removed from Vice City back in 2012, which embrace Ozzy Osbourne’s “Bark on the Moon” and Kate Bush’s “Wow.”

Replace November tenth, 9:32AM ET: Up to date with further particulars offered by Rockstar.

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