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Well, there it is. After months of leaks, rumours, and whispers, Rockstar Games has finally confirmed the existence of Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy - Definitive Edition.
The company unveiled the long-rumoured remaster collection over on Twitter, confirming that it will contain Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Rockstar hasn't shared a release date yet, but the trailer ends with the promise that the collection is coming soon.
Take a look at the trailer below:
Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy - Definitive Edition will launch in November for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC, with mobile versions to follow in the first half of 2022.
According to a recent datamine, it also looks as if Kotaku's earlier claims that the remastered games will run in Unreal Engine 4 were accurate. Again, this has yet to be confirmed by Rockstar and we haven't actually seen the improved games in action just yet, but evidence uncovered in a recent update for the Rockstar Games launcher on PC certainly points to Unreal Engine. Officially, Rockstar has promised "across-the-board upgrades including graphical improvements and modern gameplay enhancements."
It seems the new Rockstar Launcher update from today has began preparing for the new remasters for the GTA Trilogy. pic.twitter.com/qgqu9aegdL- Ben (@videotech_) October 5, 2021
Hopefully Rockstar has more to share with us soon. For now, let's just relish the fact the remastered collection is finally out there and official. Now we can stop asking for that San Andreas remake.
Featured Image Credit: Rockstar
Topics: Grand Theft Auto
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