The Grand Theft Auto trilogy is getting remastered for PC and consoles, including Nintendo Switch


After a number of rumors, Rockstar Video games has confirmed that Grand Theft Auto III, Vice Metropolis, and San Andreas are every getting HD remasters. They’ll be launched in a package deal known as Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Version. The assortment is coming to PC (through the Rockstar Video games Launcher), PlayStation, Xbox, and, extra surprisingly, the Nintendo Switch will host them, too. It is going to come to iOS and Android within the first half of 2022. Pricing and launch date information hasn’t been shared.

The firm hasn’t explicitly talked about what sort of technical enhancements had been made, nor has it shared any footage but. However it says that every of the video games has gotten “across-the-board upgrades including graphical enhancements and trendy gameplay enhancements.” The firm selected to take the devoted route for its remasters, leaving “the basic look and really feel of the originals” how they had been introduced on PS2.

In case you’re somebody who grew up with Grand Theft Auto V (comprehensible, given it is eight years previous) and haven’t had a straightforward option to play these earlier influential video games, this looks like a good time to leap in. It’d really feel bizarre to play a Grand Theft Auto recreation that doesn’t allow you to swap between protagonists, however the adventures of Claude, the silent protagonist in GTA III; Tommy Vercetti in Vice Metropolis; and CJ in San Andreas are nonetheless very a lot value enjoying.

Rockstar says that we’ll discover out extra in regards to the assortment of video games within the coming weeks. However forward of the launch, it’ll start eradicating present variations of every title from digital storefronts subsequent week, so decide these up in order for you them earlier than you now not have an opportunity.

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