a new one Rock star launcher The update seems to include a reference to the many rumors-but still unannounced- Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Frequently leaked and hinted remakes in the past few weeks.
Images appearing on the GTA fan site GTA Forum Appearing to point to the code hidden in the launcher after the software was updated on Tuesday, the software revealed that the Unreal Engine versions of Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas all exist.
Other Twitter users Celebrities in the GTA and Red Dead Redemption communities have also released evidence obtained from the launcher, showing that these games are real-and may soon be released in the world. The game’s high-resolution logo, named GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition, has also been found (see below).
If this is not enough for you, Transcript Some of the contents were also found, some of which were slightly modified compared to the previous version of the game. Does this indicate that the final version of Rockstar Classic is slightly different from the original version? It is too early to draw conclusions, but this is what the evidence so far shows.
Soon, Rockstar will officially announce the release of these games; we have already seen the ratings of the series in Korea, and Kotaku hinted at the existence of the series as early as August.
Can these games initially be used with GTA 5 and its large PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S games released on November 11th? Are they now going to fill in the gap left by Rockstar when it pushed GTA V on the current generation of consoles to March next year? It remains to be seen.
Either way, there are rumors that Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy-Definitive Edition will be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC, Stadia when Rockstar decides to officially release the game.