GTA Trilogy Remastered to Launch in November. The GTA trilogy, also recognized as the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – the Definitive Edition, has finally gotten a release date, putting an end to speculations that have been going on for months on if the remaster actually exists, and when would we actually get to play them.
GTA Trilogy Remastered Release Date
Packing in the remastered versions of Grand Theft Auto 3, as well as its much-lauded follow-ups Vice City and San Andreas, this definitive re-released would soon be out digitally to the world, on November 11, 2021 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, and PC, with a Physical release scheduled for Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PS4 on December 7.
GTA Trilogy Remastered on Xbox Game Pass
Additionally, one of the best games of the Trilogy Grand theft Auto: San Andreas would be arriving on Xbox Game Pass on day one. The two Prequels however do not appear to be sharing this advantage on Microsoft’s console. However, the Grand Theft Auto 3 – definitive Edition would be coming to the PlayStation Now Subscription Service on December 7.
Each of the games that appears in the trilogy has been worked on by Unreal Engine, and features all-new lighting and higher resolution textures increased draw distances and allows to gain access to even more of the map just one glance than what used to be possible in the original version for PS2.
Additionally, all three games have revamped controls, giving them a GTA 5 kind of look and gameplay. More specifically, the movement, camera, and aiming system controls have been overhauled, which should make them appear more playable than ever and more palatable to modern audiences that are yet to have played these groundbreakings’ first 3D outings.
Radial menus that aid for weapon selection and radio stations are also being added, which happens to be a major boon to all those of us that are used to getting frustrated cycling through them in a drawn-out fashion. The game also features an updated minimap, allowing the players to even set the waypoints for much easier navigation through each of the game’s vast cities.
The News of the game heading to the Nintendo Switch came as a surprise to most of us. That’s now also been confirmed, too, and this version so happens to feature some exclusive features that include a touch screen and gyroscopic controls, likely aiding the aiming to feel much more fluid.