On the same day the collection was launched, Rockstar Games had suspended the sale of the PC version of GTA The Trilogy: the Definitive Edition.
Available exclusively on Rockstar Games Launcher, the latter not only could no longer be purchased, but not even enjoyed by those who had already downloaded and installed. An action taken in extremis by Rockstar Games in order to eliminate a series of “files included in an unintended manner” in the Definitive Editions of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
As a result, the new GTA The Trilogy was inaccessible for three days, with the collection only now back on PC. To communicate the restoration is the same Rockstar Games, through the short message that you find at the bottom of this news. Apologizing for the inconvenience, the software house confirms the return to normal for the collection on Rockstar Games Launcher, while promising a firm commitment to improve the performance of Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition.
Meanwhile, gamers weren’t hesitant to pour out their disappointment on Metacritic, while the Forbes editorial team even described the launch of GTA The Trilogy: The Definitive Edition as worse than Cyberpunk 2077.