One of the games in the gaming world has been confirmed: three more games have been re-released. Package includes Grand Theft Auto IIIAnd GTA: Vice City And .
densely labeled Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Ultimate Edition It’s coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC later this year. The package will also arrive on iOS and Android in the first half of 2022.
Rockstar says the revamped games will have revamped visuals and “recent gameplay improvements” while maintaining the look and feel of the original games. More details about the changes will be revealed in the coming weeks. While all three games are classics, its visuals probably won’t hold up well into 2021. The updated graphics might make it worth a visit again, while some fans will appreciate the ability to play it on the Switch.
Meanwhile, Rockstar will remove the original versions of GTA III, Vice City And San Andreas From digital storefronts starting next week. You will still be able to download games if you previously purchased them.
Elsewhere, the publisher plans to celebrate the 20th anniversary of GTA III Later this month (sorry, that’s old). Some special events and souvenirs are coming GTA Online This fall.
PS2 era games aren’t the only GTA titles that Rockstar is remaking. An expanded and improved version of Grand Theft Auto V Coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
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