Rockstar Video games has eliminated Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas from the PlayStation Retailer, which it deliberate to do after revealing the upcoming GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition last week.
These of you who’ve bought any of the traditional GTA video games for the PS2 by way of the PS Retailer can nonetheless obtain them going ahead, however for everybody else, you’ll have to attend to get your fingers on the remasters to play them.
The GTA Trilogy Definitive Version will function all three aforementioned video games, albeit all spruced up for contemporary platforms. We don’t but understand how a lot of a remastering course of is definitely going into them, however hopefully they may nonetheless retain the feel and appear of the originals.
Hopefully the soundtracks will probably be as much as par, because the PS2 variations on the PS Retailer eliminated some songs on account of licensing points. Vice Metropolis particularly is understood for its good 80s soundtrack, mixing the most effective rock, pop, and heavy steel from the period.
Hell, the prequel, GTA Vice Metropolis Tales, even introduced in Phil Collins for a task within the story. Personally, I’d prefer to see this and Liberty Metropolis Tales given the remastering therapy, too.
GTA Trilogy Definitive Version is coming to PS5, PS4, PC, Nintendo Swap, Xbox Collection X/S, and Xbox One, with a launch date but to be introduced.
[Source – Push Square]