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Late last week, Rockstar Games finally confirmed the existence of the terribly named Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition.
As the months of rumours had suggested, this compilation will contain remastered versions of GTA III, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas. The extent of these remasters has yet to be officially confirmed, but Rockstar has assured fans the package will feature "across-the-board upgrades including graphical improvements and modern gameplay enhancements".
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Rockstar also promised we'd be getting more details on the trilogy in the coming weeks, although a recent listing for the game may have leaked the pricing ahead of time - and it's a little more than we might have expected.
A listing for the trilogy over at online retailer Base (thank you, VGC), puts Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition at £60/$60 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. On PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, it's an eye-watering £70/$70
While these prices could simply be a placeholder until we know for sure what we can expect to spend on the remasters, it's worth noting that Rockstar parent company Take Two Interactive believes that customers are "ready" to shell out £70 for new games.
"We announced a $70 price point for NBA 2K21, our view was that we're offering an array of extraordinary experiences, lots of replayability, and the last time there was a frontline price increase in the US was 2005/2006," said the company CEO Strauss Zelnick. "So we think consumers were ready for it."
Whether or not we're going to be spending quite so much Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition remains to be seen, but we'd certainly hope that if it is going to cost as much as £70, then they're much more than simple remasters and closer to full-on remakes. We'll find out soon enough.
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