Rockstar Games realized there wouldn’t be a point in being secretive about it and confirmed that they have been working on developing Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition.
For a while, there have been murmurs about remastered versions of the Grand Theft Auto games coming out. With the Grand Theft Auto 3 being twenty years old, one was waiting for most of the GTA titles to go for an upgrade. In the last couple of weeks, multiple leaks had surfaced on the internet. A trailer of the game was released shortly after this announcement was made.
Before this trailer was unveiled, fans were wondering whether the development process of the remaster was heading in the right direction. In the past, Rockstar Games had dropped subtle hints about the remastered collection retaining the original visual style. From whatever one has seen of the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition, one can confirm the fact that it has emerged as a nicely done remaster for the older titles.
GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition, however, is not the first game in a much-loved gaming series that has gone through a major visual revamp. In the year 2009, the God of War Series on the PlayStation 3 went through a massive change. The collection featured the first two games in the series but in an HD format. The image quality was a lot sharper as compared to the earlier versions of the games. The entire remastered package proved to be a great success and that got a lot of gaming companies interesting in revamping their games.
Many jumped on the bandwagon but most of these remaster collections proved to be utter disappointments. The trailer of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition has escalated the expectations of the fans and it remains to be seen whether the game would be able to live up to the expectations.
GTA The Trilogy: Definitive Edition will be released on November 11, 2021, for all leading gaming platforms. The mobile versions are currently in the development stage.