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'Grand Theft Auto Trilogy - Definitive Edition' Trailer Shows Off Full-On Remakes Of Classic Games

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'Grand Theft Auto Trilogy - Definitive Edition' Trailer Shows Off Full-On Remakes Of Classic Games

The first official trailer for Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy - Definitive Edition has dropped, showing off the full extent of the upcoming remasters.

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As previously reported, these look way more like simple HD ports and much closer to full-on remakes. GTA II, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas have all received stunning visual overhauls and a range of gameplay updates to bring them in line with modern titles.

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Rockstar Games previously promised that the remakes would feature "across-the-board enhancements, including brilliant new lighting and environmental upgrades, with high-resolution textures, increased draw distances." Based on this trailer, it's safe to say the studio has delivered. This package manages to straddle that delicate line between visual improvements and actually maintaining the essence of the original titles, which is no mean feat.

The updates also extend to gameplay. Over on the Rockstar Games website, the company has outlined a number of tweaks. An overhauled minimap and UI, updated weapon wheels, and improved gunplay and targeting controls have all been designed to make the older games feel a little more like GTA V.

Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy - Definitive Edition will launch on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on November 11. Rockstar has also confirmed that Xbox Game Pass subscribers will be able to play the remastered San Andreas as a standalone release on day one. Meanwhile. PlayStation Now users will get GTA III on December 7. I'll leave you to decide which is the better deal there.

Featured Image Credit: Rockstar Games

Topics: Grand Theft Auto

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