Monday, November 29th, 2021

GTA Trilogy fans aren’t happy with some of the “decisive” remastering changes

Image: Rockstar Games

Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy Is one of the long-awaited releases of 2021, but those who got it early report that not everything is as “decisive” as it should be.

As reported by our friends in Push Square, Rockstar has made some weird changes to the in-game character model. Mainly NPCs that have a slight impact on the story.

Elsewhere, Old Reese, the barber who gave off a serious Morgan Freeman atmosphere in the original game, was found to have undergone a very impressive anti-aging process.

One of the changes seems to have dropped particularly badly for fans (Ehem):

Other than the characters, some fans point out that the decision to remove the fog to hide the limited draw distance is not really rewarding.

These are negative reactions and many good things should be done with these remasters, but it’s interesting to note that some changes are very recursive. It’s also worth noting that not all songs included in the original game are cut here.