Rockstar announces more Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy features and complete music roster

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will be launched tomorrow, and we already have a good understanding of how Rockstar enhances GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas. However, the publisher shared more details of the changes made to its classic sandbox game.

We know that the game looks clearer than ever, thanks to higher resolution textures, reconstructed lighting, increased drawing distance, and other perks. Rockstar revealed that PS5 and Xbox Series X/S players also benefit from the 4K resolution/60 fps performance.

As previously revealed, the controls have been improved to match Grand Theft Auto V. Shooting and aiming have been improved, including better San Andreas driving controls. You can now restart the failed mission immediately instead of being kicked into the main world. An updated weapon wheel has been added for quick switching during a firefight. Rockstar shared the image below.

Radio stations also have a similar selection wheel. Speaking of music, Rockstar said that the list of radio stations and the latest available version of the game have not changed. This means that the vast majority of tracks—200 songs on 29 stations—are intact, and the audio quality of all source music has been increased to 16 bits for 44 hours. Each game also supports 5.1 surround sound.

Certain songs, especially those from Vice City and San Andreas, will not appear due to the expired license. Many of these songs have not reappeared since the earliest re-releases of these games a few years ago, so these exclusions are not entirely new. Rockstar shared The Trilogy’s complete radio station repertoire list, and after cross-referencing it with the original version’s soundtrack, we listed cut The following song. Once again, if you don’t see your favorite song below, it means it’s still in the game.

Vice city

  • “Pump Me Up”-Trouble Funk
  • “Rockit”-Herbie Hancock
  • “Looking for the perfect beat”-Afrika Bambaataa and Soul Sonic Power
  • “Get It Girl”-2 Live Crew
  • “The Smurfs”-Tyrone Brunson
  • “Billy Jean”-Michael Jackson
  • “Wanna Be Startin’Something”-Michael Jackson
  • “Video Killed Broadcast Stars”-The Buggles
  • “Japanese Boy”-Aneka
  • “Go Out”-Joe Jackson
  • “One Thing Causes Another Thing”-Fix
  • “Walk with the Light”-Lionel Rich
  • “Cum On Feel The Noize”-Quiet Riot
  • “She sells shelters”-Cult
  • “Barking at the moon”-Oz Osborne
  • “Fist Fury”-Love Fist
  • “Working for the weekend”-Loverboy
  • “God Blessed Video”-Alcatrazz
  • “Wow”-Kate Bush
  • “Missing You”-John Waite
  • “Love Missile F1-11”-Follow Follow Sputnik
  • “Car”-Gary Numan
  • “Poison Arrow”-ABC
  • “Obsessed”-Animation
  • “Añunga Ñunga”-Iraqis

San Andreas

  • “Dream Pursing”-Tom Petty
  • “Woman vs. Woman”-Joe Crocker
  • “Yum Yum (Gimme Some)-Fatback Band
  • “You threw a bomb on me”-Gap Band
  • “Escape”-Roy Ayres
  • “Loopzilla”-George Clinton
  • “I don’t give AF***”-2Pac
  • “Express Yourself”-NWA
  • “Amos Moses”-Jerry Reid
  • “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man”-Conway Tweedy and Loretta Lynn
  • “Hellraiser”-Ozzy Osborne
  • “Don’t let it go to your head”-Black Harmony
  • “Ring My Bell”-The Blood Sisters
  • “King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown”-Augustus Pablo
  • “Express yourself”-Charles Wright and Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band
  • “Rock Creek Park”-Black Birds
  • “Hot pants-here I am, here I am, here I am”-Bobby Bird
  • “I know you have a soul”-Bobby Bird
  • “Fashionable President”-James Brown
  • “Return”-James Brown
  • “Soul Power ’74”-Maceo & The Macks
  • “Grunt”-JB’s

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition will be launched on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and PC on November 11 for $59.99. The mobile version is expected to be launched in 2022. “San Andreas” and the final version of GTA III will also be available on Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now on the release date.