Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy – Definitive Edition Patches Scheduled To Arrive Next Week

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy

On 24 February, Rockstar Games made an announcement about releasing new patches for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition.

The gaming publisher made this announcement through their official Twitter handle. In the same tweet, it was mentioned that the company feels ‘grateful’ about the fact that fans have been very patient while waiting for these patches to arrive. These patches will be available to gamers on all the platforms on which the game can be played in.

At the moment, there is no clear information about what function will these patches perform but as per the tweet, one can expect multiple patches to come out almost at the same time. In the recent past, Rockstar Games has been releasing regular updates about Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. This is the latest update that the gaming publisher has shared about the game.

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One would remember that the remaster collection, which was being anticipated by many, was launched in November last year. To the disappointment of many fans, it was found to be plagued with a large number of technical issues. Funnily enough, many ‘unintended’ documents like developer notes and unlicensed music were found in the game.

To Rockstar Games’ credit, it took an immediate note of these issues and carried out a message in which it apologized to fans of the franchise for what they received. The team also ensured them that they would release necessary updates to fix the issues with the title.

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The Switch version was criticized heavily by fans and reviewers and there were many who called it an ‘absolute disappointment’. The frame rate was one of the many aspects of the game that received severe criticism.

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