GTA: Trilogy PC Players Left Frustrated as Issue Plagues the Game for Nearly 24 Hours

Published 11/12/2021, 8:48 AM EST


Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy Definitive Edition is off to a pretty bad start. It’s been just 24 hours but unfortunately, GTA Trilogy for PC has been removed from the Rockstar store due to some critical issues. And due to this, PC players are still unable to play the much-awaited game. Due to Rockstar’s Launcher’s downtime, the players who have already bought the game are still unable to enjoy it.

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Rockstar announced this unfortunate news just a couple of hours after the worldwide release of the game. Mainly the launcher is down for maintenance, but it’s been almost 12 hours, and there is absolutely no sign of improvement whatsoever.

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GTA Trilogy is facing some major issues after the worldwide release

Above all, now the PC version of the game has been pulled from the official store. Players are not able to play any Rockstar Games game on PC because of how the launcher is down, which is quite frustrating for many gamers. Players who actually bought this game after the release are most annoyed right now. Not being able to play the game they have waited for so long, even after its release, is pretty sad.

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Reddit and Twitter are flooded with players responding to the continued downtime issue. Some players are even saying that Rockstar should shift back to Steam as they don’t how to know how to handle such a situation.

Needless to say, fans aren’t happy.

 

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However, Rockstar reassured the fans that the issue will be solved as soon as possible and the maintenance is almost completed, but there is no timeframe on the official tweet.

Not only on PC but Rockstar Games’ GTA Trilogy also had some other issues on PlayStation just after the release as well. But it was a completely different issue. Players who pre-ordered the game got access way before the time and, because of this, Rockstar had to pull out the game from the PlayStation store as well.

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What do you think about this annoying issue? Also, have you played Grand Theft Auto Trilogy yet? Let us know.

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Vitasta Singh

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Vitasta Singh is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. She is currently pursuing her graduation in English Literature and Psychology. Before joining EssentiallySports she used to write articles for Silver Mantle Solutions on various niches such as games, fitness, business, entertainment, and fashion.

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