Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

GTA Trilogy Remaster logo and achievement icon seems to be leaking

I will go here again. The latest leaks of confirmed remasters from Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City and San Andreas include a logo and achievement icon.

As discovered by GTA forum user alloc8or When Demolished- (Reported by GTANet Twitter account), it’s even more fuel to the fierce fire that’s speculation around the re-release. The logo (below) seems to confirm that each game has the subtitle “The Definitive Edition”.

For each allo8or, each game’s achievements include a new version and a tweaked version when compared to previous releases. Each set of logos uses the character art familiar to each game.

With so much activity around them, it’s only a matter of time before rock stars confirm the existence of the game.

More evidence has emerged to show the release of the long-rumored Grand Theft Auto trilogy remaster. @videotech_ on twitter When I looked at the backend of the latest Rockstar Games Launcher update, I did find slots for Grand Theft Auto III, San Andreas, and Vice City.

This happened less than a week after the Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee released the Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy-Definitive Rating.

NS Kotaku According to a report in August of this year, the three classic GTA games will be directed to PS5, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia, and mobile devices. The game will obviously be a combination of “old and new graphics”. Rockstar has not yet officially addressed the rumors of the trilogy.

Rockstar Games released its own PC game launcher in 2019, including a dedicated gaming hub and store. The launcher includes games such as GTA, LA Noire and Bree.

The rumored GTA trilogy is not the only remaster of the series’ work. Grand Theft Auto 5 is coming to the next generation console, but was recently postponed to 2022. Remasters have received a lot of backlash from fans on the internet who are ready to move from GTAV.

For more information, see how the GTA Series succeeded in IGN’s greatest video game ever.

Logan Plant is an IGN freelance writer. You can find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant..