Rockstar Games has confirmed that the Grand Theft Auto GTA Trilogy getting remastered for PC, console, and Nintendo Switch. The upcoming trilogy includes GTA III, GTA San Andreas, and GTA Vice City had versions.
The name of the trilogy will be
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.
The new trilogy package will be available to PC, Playstation, Xbox, and most interesting Nintendo Switch. Trilogy will also come to iOS and Android in 2022. Rockstar Games didn’t share any pricing details yet.
The gaming giant hasn’t mentioned what type of changes will be done in the existing games and shared no videos yet. Rockstar says “across-the-board upgrades including graphical improvements and modern gameplay enhancements” are coming in the trilogy.
In case you’re someone who grew up with Grand Theft Auto V (understandable, given it is eight years old) and haven’t had an easy way to play these earlier influential games, this seems like a great time to jump in. It might feel weird to play a Grand Theft Auto game that doesn’t let you swap between protagonists, but the adventures of Claude, the silent protagonist in GTA III; Tommy Vercetti in Vice City;and CJ in San Andreas are still very much worth playing.