Despite what Rockstar have been leading you to believe for the past 8+ years – no, Grand Theft Auto V is not the only GTA game to exist. Instead, there have in fact been a great many games before that, with three of the most notable examples being GTA 3, GTA San Andreas and GTA Vice City.
Often referred to as a “trilogy” of games that released across the PlayStation 2 era, fans of those games can rejoice in the knowledge that a remaster is supposedly on the way, thanks to a recent listing on a Korean Game Store!
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The recent rating comes from the GRAC in Korea, which recently revealed a listing for “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition”. Twitter user Nibellion broke the news earlier this week. However, it has since been taken down and cannot be accessed.
This correlates with a Kotaku report from August, which stated that the updated releases would come to PlayStation and Xbox consoles, as well as Switch and PC, with reportedly a mobile port coming post-release.
According to Kotaku’s source, the trilogy will feature a mix of, “new and old graphics”, which will be powered by Unreal Engine. The source also claimed to see a “snippet” of gameplay, and reassured that Rockstar are keeping as close to the originals as possible in terms of visuals and gameplay.
No official confirmation has yet been made by either Rockstar or its parent company, Take Two Interactive. However, sources indicate that a November 2021 release window is still being targeted, with the project in its “final stages of development” as of August.
Kotaku’s sources also state that Rockstar Dundee, a new Scottish branch of the studio will also be leading the project. For more information on Grand Theft Auto, Gaming and anything and everything gaming and pop culture related, be sure to stay tuned to The Illuminerdi!
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Source: Playstation Lifestyle