After several rumors, Rockstar Games has affirmed that Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas are each getting HD remasters. They’ll be delivered in a bundle called Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. The assortment is coming to PC (through the Rockstar Games Launcher), PlayStation, Xbox, and, all the more shockingly, the Nintendo Switch will have them, as well. It will come to iOS and Android in the principal half of 2022. Valuing and delivery date data haven’t been shared.
The organization hasn’t expressly referenced what sort of specialized upgrades were made, nor has it shared any recording at this point. In any case, it says that every one of the games has gotten “in all cases redesigns including graphical upgrades and current ongoing interaction improvements.” The organization decided to take the loyal course for its remasters, leaving “the exemplary look and feel of the firsts” how they were introduced on PS2.
If you’re somebody who grew up with Grand Theft Auto V (understandable, given it is eight years of age) and hasn’t had a simple way of playing these prior compelling games, this appears to be an extraordinary chance to bounce in. It may feel odd to play a Grand Theft Auto game that doesn’t allow you to trade between heroes, yet the undertakings of Claude, the quiet hero in GTA III; Tommy Vercetti in Vice City; and CJ in San Andreas are still a lot of worth playing.
Rockstar says that we’ll discover more with regards to the assortment of games in the coming weeks. However, in front of the dispatch, it’ll start eliminating existing adaptations of each title from computerized retail facades one week from now, so get those assuming you need them before you presently don’t get an opportunity.