Now you can sleep peacefully. The leaks of the past few days have turned out to be true: Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Remastered Edition exists !. The collection with the three historic remastered games has been officially announced by Rockstar Games, with an expected release in 2021 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Switch and PC.
Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City and San Andreas will present themselves to nostalgic and new generations of gamers with a faithful look to the original and a series of gameplay improvements that will update the productions to modern standards. Ahead of the release, the old editions of the aforementioned games will be removed from all digital stores, while GTA Online-inspired content will arrive in GTA 3 to celebrate its twentieth anniversary.
The rumors and leaks of recent days have therefore been confirmed: Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy Remastered Edition, we recall, had already been evaluated in South Korea and had also appeared in the Rockstar Launcher database, complete with related achievements. There are only a couple of issues to clarify: the first is the launch date, which some well-informed set in November; the second relates to the graphics engine adopted.
In fact, in the Rockstar Launcher, clear references to the Unreal Engine were found, a totally different engine from the one used in the originals. That Rockstar Games has decided to convert its three classics to the Epic engine? We discuss it in the Hot Topic that you can view at the opening of the news.