Can the Latest GTA Trilogy Update on the Nintendo Switch Salvage its Disastrous Return?

Published 11/23/2021, 11:32 AM EST


The problem-riddled launch of GTA Trilogy left a horrible taste in everyone’s mouth. Fans were expecting to once again revisit the nostalgic days of gaming the first three iconic titles, but what they got wasn’t what they had expected at all. The collection of titles failed to have an impact on the box office, and it sparked a major controversy that Rockstar needed to take care of.

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In an attempt to make amends for its mistakes, the studio issued a public apology and even brought the original games back. But is it really enough for users to play the game? The studio has now rolled out a rather massive patch aimed at fixing all that disrupts the gameplay.

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video source: GameSpot

GTA Trilogy gets a quality of life patch for Xbox, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and PC

According to a report by Nintendolife, Rockstar games are desperate, following the horrible reception of the GTA Trilogy.
The studio rolled out a pretty solid patch aimed at fixing the game from the ground up. This is just the beginning of a long arduous journey of making the collection of games what they were supposed to be, to begin with.

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The studio has rolled out a fresh batch of fixes aimed at every single platform the game is for. The general fixes with the latest version 1.02 patches are:
  • Fixed multiple localization issues
  • Fixed multiple instances of missing or misaligned collision
  • Fixed multiple instances of holes in the map
  • Fixed multiple instances of incorrect or misplaced textures
  • Fixed multiple instances of the camera clipping through objects
  • Fixed multiple instances of incorrect subtitles being displayed
  • Fixed multiple instances of incorrect help text being displayed
  • Fixed multiple instances of misplaced objects
  • Fixed multiple instances of issues with character models in cutscenes
  • Fixed multiple instances of audio lines being skipped, delayed, or repeated

Similarly, the studio has also added a list of tweaks and changes to all three titles for every platform. The tweaks include various important bug fixes, changes to the camera, visual fixes, and a lot more. Only time will tell whether these changes are adequate or not.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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