Monday, November 29th, 2021

Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy-The definitive edition is reported to include a “hot coffee” code, unlicensed songs

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy-The Definitive Edition includes unlicensed music files and a complete game script with developer notes, as well as being associated with the infamous sex mini-game “Hot Coffee”. It seems that the file to be used is also included.

As reported by VGC, These files may be the reason why Rockstar removed the PC version of the game from the Rockstar Game Launcher. Before and after the release of the trilogy, the Rockstar Game Launcher was offline and did not allow anyone to play any games owned through Rockstar’s services. Fortunately, the launcher has been restored, but the trilogy remains away from the store.

Regarding the file in question, Dataminer described what was described as the “holy cup” of the file, including most of the music removed from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas due to the expiration of the license. I found. The music file still seems to be in the game, not a rotation of the music being played.

We also found an uncompiled version of the main.scm file. This file contains all GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas game scripts, including cuts and missing content, as well as notes from Rockstar North staff of the era. “.

teeth “Hot coffee” file, These were said to be in the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas-Definitive Edition, but weren’t active. For those who may not remember, San Andreas allows players to have sex with various girlfriends. The scene itself wasn’t very graphic, but a mini-game was discovered in 2005 that wasn’t intended to be included in the final game, allowing players to enter the girl’s bedroom and control Karl’s behavior during sex. I did.

This caused a great deal of trouble for the rock star, pulling San Andreas off the shelves in certain areas until the mod was removed. Rockstar was also filed in a proceeding for failing to disclose the sexual content of the game. In 2009, GTA company Take-Two settled the proceedings for more than $ 20 million.

In addition to these issues, many users have reported various issues with Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy-The Definitive Edition. This includes quality issues, switch issues, missing elements, and more.

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Adam Bankhurst is an IGN news writer. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst When Cramps.