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Rockstar Games has announced that it will take steps to improve the quality of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy-The Definitive Edition. This starts with the first title update that will be released in the next few days.
New Blog post“The updated versions of these classic games weren’t released to meet our own quality standards, or the standards fans expect,” said Rockstar. To this end, Rockstar addresses the technical issues of the trilogy.
With each update, it is expected that the game will reach the level of quality it deserves.
GTA Trilogy-Screenshots of Nintendo Switch
Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy-The definitive edition is a collection of remasters including Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Although these games have been updated with new graphics, players have discovered several bugs and other notable graphic flaws.
Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy-Have you ever played the definitive edition?
Bugs range from visually strange to AI difficulties. One bug keeps planes crashing around the open world for no apparent reason.
Rockstar’s exclusion of the original version of each of these games didn’t help, and the Definitive Edition became the only available way to play these titles. However, in the same blog post, Rockstar announced that the classic PC versions of GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas will be available again as bundles in the Rockstar Store. Anyone who purchases the Definitive Edition will receive a free classic version of these games.
Check out IGN’s Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy review, which highlights how this new edition can’t address the classic legacy of Rockstar’s three crimes.
Matt TM Kim is a news editor at IGN.You can reach him @lawoftd..
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