Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy could be getting an update soon, and some are speculating that it will include promising new features…
Activity on SteamDB indicates that Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition may be getting an update soon. According to some speculation, this update is likely to include improvements that were recently added to the mobile version of the classic title of the Grand Theft Auto trilogy.
GTA: The Trilogy launched on mobile in December, and fans were relieved when the release went much more smoothly than the trilogy's 2021 release on consoles and PC.
The mobile version of the trilogy introduced visual improvements such as a new lighting mode. The purpose of this was to restore the look of the original games. Now that mobile users can enjoy the powerful offerings of classic GTA titles, users on other platforms have been hoping for similar improvements. It seems that fans' hopes may soon come true.
Ben (videotechuk_) revealed on X that GTA: The Trilogy has been very active on SteamDB lately. This indicates that the developers are working on a new patch. According to him, the patch is likely to include the fixes and improvements seen in the last mobile version. Users of this version have reported that the GTA games look much better than the 2021 version of the trilogy. It seems reasonable that if it can be done on mobile devices, it can be done on PC as well. If this is true, it is likely that this update will also appear on consoles. The release date of the potential fix is not yet known.
GTA: The Trilogy includes remastered versions of Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
All three titles are at least nineteen years old. It was appropriate to re-release it in 2021. However, the game's release was widely criticized by fans due to numerous bugs and unconvincing graphics. Firstly, the GTA fan base Rather, he saw it as collecting money ReissueR, as an attempt to pay homage to the original games. However, it sold admirably well.
The CEO of Rockstar's parent company, Take-Two Interactive, revealed that GTA: The Trilogy has sold more than ten million copies since its release, exceeding the company's expectations.
Fortunately for Grand Theft Auto fans, Rockstar seems to be on a roll when it comes to handling the game. This could help generate more hype for Grand Theft Auto VI…
Rockstar appears to be developing a new patch for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, according to recent activity on SteamDB – likely new fixes and improvements from the mobile port.
– Ben (@videotechuk_) January 4, 2024