Fans are super excited to experience the nostalgia with GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition. The hopes are high, fingers crossed as the wait gets longer. However, now fans do not have to blindly wait for the definitive edition of the top three GTA classics. Rockstar Games officially revealed the release date of the most anticipated Trilogy video-game.
Ever since the announcement of the GTA trilogy, the Internet has been bombarded with numerous blogs, discussions and speculations.
As we all know, Rockstar has been silent about the next GTA installment in the series. This new Trilogy Edition has given GTA fans something to hold onto until the next game in the Franchise.
Remastered version will not only revive our memories, but also deliver an improvised gaming experience with modern settings and technologies.
Let’s find out the official release date for GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition.
Official Release date & Price
Rockstar has officially revealed all of the details regarding their highly anticipated GTA definitive version. They also confirmed the release date of the game, and even shared some details about the changes.
An upcoming GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition packs 3 of the most legendary titles in the game – GTA San Andreas, GTA 3 and GTA Vice City. The game will be available for pre-order on the Rockstar Games Store for $59.99. Costs are equal in the US for all platforms including PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and PC. Moreover, Players who purchase the game before January 5, 2022 will receive a $ 10 discount to spend on any Rockstar Games title of $ 15 or more.
Rockstar announced GTA trilogy remastered version will be available digitally on November 11, 2021 for PS, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series X / S, Nintendo Switch, and Rockstar Games Launcher (RGL) on PC. Also, a limited number of physical copies will be available starting December 6, 2021. Mobile versions for iOS and Android will arrive later in the first half of 2022.
GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition is a huge update and could also be a huge success. While the core dynamics of the game won’t see any significant changes, reinterpreting the game’s graphics and lighting effects will improve the gameplay experience and performance. There will also be new deletions, as Rockstar is also working on adding Vstyle controls, orientation, and more to Grand Theft Auto.
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